So what exactly is a buyer’s agent?
Liz O’Kane was the first in Ireland to tap into this idea for the property market – and she has built quite a reputation in the nearly two decades since
Here I go again, literally, in just about every area of my life. Everything has come full circle and I find myself with two recessions behind me, one marriage, one business, two young adult kids, and a serious knock to my confidence together with a newfound vulnerability. And, now I'm giving it another go. I’m either completely barmy or incapable of being an employee, or a bit of both.
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