Posted on 9th January 2017 by Shauna Forde
There are early indicators that 2017 will be another year of strong growth in the property market. According to a new report released by www.daft.ie, the property market during 2016, increased nationally by 8%, and impressively over 12% in the Connacht region and over 9% in both Munster and Leinster. Very similar figures were seen in 2015, showing the market is still recovering strongly with increases becoming more settled particularly in the urban areas which seen bigger increases earlier in the recovery.
However a major challenge in 2016 was the housing supply shortage which looks to continue, thus feeding into the continued rise of house prices in 2017 and indeed for the next few years. Figures from MyHome.ie show that the number of properties listed for sale fell to just 20,875 in December 2016, down 7.7% from 12 months previous which sets another historic low in terms of supply. Out of these properties many are located in less desirable locations which is leading to a significant shortage of good quality family homes across Ireland.
Patrick Folan, director of IAM Sold stated that “while a small amount of new builds are coming on stream, there is still a clear imbalance between supply and demand. We are hopeful that new schemes such as the help to buy scheme will aid in pushing on new build homes to allow for supply to catch up with demand.
Success was on the cards again for IAM Sold, as they wrapped up 3 more public auctions across Leinster, Munster and Connacht. So far this year the company have held 12 auctions, each offering an array of family homes, investment properties, commercial buildings, sites and builders projects along with agricultural lands. Company Director Patrick Folan, […]Read more
IAM Sold Property Auction enjoyed a successful summer in terms of sales and are looking forward to upcoming public auctions this September. Over the last number of months the IAM Sold Auction group, who run The Leinster, Munster & Connacht Property Auction, have held 9 public auction events, selling over 150 properties. There will be […]Read more
IAM Sold Property Auctions who operate The Connacht Property Auction, The Munster Property Auction and The Leinster Property Auction are delighted to announce the appointment of Brian Christy as Regional Sales Manager for the Connacht region. The company work in partnership with over 150 auctioneers across Ireland and Mr. Christy has been promoted to this […]Read more
As part of their investment offerings, The Leinster Property Auction have launched a number of substantial investment and development opportunities ranging from €1m and upwards. The properties are offered for sale via their 45 day online auction with the highest bidder securing the property, providing the agreed reserve has been met. The auction group is […]Read more