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Our Blog

Q1 Property Market Update

When we first entered the beginnings of an economic shutdown at the latter end of Q1 in 2020, much of the country deemed the property market a slippery slope with high volatility. The country was introduced to an increase in unemployment along with the newly founded remote working era. However, what has been a fluctuating year in many industries has resulted in the property market...

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Property Valuation - Cork City

Selling your property can be one of the biggest decisions you may make. With an array of legislation, market expectations and negotiations at the forefront of this process, it is recommended to acquire a reputable Estate Agent for all relevant activities. Step 1. Of every property sale begins with a Property Valuation that is. Conducting a property valuation requires in-depth market knowledge..

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Property Auctioneer Cork City

Auctioneer Cork City

Selling your home is a major decision and more often than not it can be a stressful time. Selling a property inevitably ranges far beyond finding a buyer and handing over the keys. Property sales across Ireland require real-time property market knowledge, legal sophistication and strong negotiation skills. Luckily, our team offers all of the aforementioned and more.

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Choosing The Correct Estate Agent

West Cork Auctioneers


Choosing an Estate Agent, like choosing any other service provider, requires investigation. Not only discovering the credibility of the estate agent’s services but finding out whether or not a strong and honest relationship can be formed to help you achieve your objective. Below, we have categorised some of the most important aspects we recommend for all people...

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Residential Property Prices decline by 0.6%

The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) have unfolded a drop in the residential property prices by 0.6%. But the growth from August 2019 remains above that of before.

Dublin

In Dublin, residential property prices have seen a slight decline by 1.6%...

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Stage 3: Safety-First Property Viewings


As the country faces yet another major disruption to our daily lives with the government's introduction of Stage 3. Property owners nationwide have developed growing uncertainties in relation to Property Sales and Lettings.

We understand that selling or renting your home may be of major concern with the given circumstances of restrictive movement and with growing fears of the virus spreading rate.

We would like to ensure each of our clients that....

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Covid-19 - Property Sales and Rental Rates

As the majority of Ireland begin to open back up today while adhering to the new normalities the Covid-19 pandemic has introduced. The country has unveiled the effects this global pandemic has had on Ireland.

So, what effects has this unforeseen circumstance placed on Ireland’s Housing Market?

Following a sharp downturn in monthly sale prices in April by 5.3%. Unexpectedly June and July property sale prices rose by 2.3%. This came as a surprise to many spectators across Ireland. However, the continual land valuation growth over the last 5 years cannot be ignored...

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Avoid Spider Infestations this Winter

As the summer draws to a close, with fresh winter mornings and breezy afternoons beginning to become ever more prominent. Property owners nationwide are facing an array of new challenges. Maximising your homes heat retention, avoiding rodent encounters and over the past two weeks, deterring spiders from your home. Wallace Estates have recognized that with Winter, comes an abundance of new challenges. Thus, we have created this new blog section to help property owners nationwide, battle these challenges with proven and effective techniques.

This week, we are talking about Spiders...

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How to Keep Your Home Damp-free


In this week’s blog, we are offering our best tips to help prevent damp from tarnishing your home’s interior walls, ceilings and in some cases furniture. As the weather turns with Winter approaching - damp once again becomes a tenant in many homes damp is one of the most common problems we face in Irish homes in the early and latter stages of each year. Let’s explore how to identify and prevent damp occurrences before they become a large problem in your home. Damp comes in three variations; Rising damp, Penetrating damp and Condensation.

Identifying damp can be relatively easy...

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