Our auctions provide several advantages
to our clients:
We offer a flexible solution to suit all types
of property sellers and purchasers:
Working in partnership with our local partner agent
we can provide both local exposure while also
marketing to a wider audience. Our auctions sell
properties all over Ireland and we will advertise your
property online and in print media across Ireland.
Our marketing campaigns are continuously running
and your property will benefit significantly from this.
We recommend all properties begin their marketing
via our 30 – 45 day online auction. We market the
properties heavily and potential purchasers can
view the property as normal during this period.
Interested parties can then bid via the online auction
and all bids are made visible on the auction website.
By bidding on the property, they are committing
to signing contracts and pay the contract deposit
immediately if the bid is accepted.
No Sale, No Fee
We are the only auction company in Ireland who do
not charge an upfront fee for marketing and entry
into the auction. Other providers charge €1500 –
€2000 + vat for the marketing campaign while we
cover the costs ourselves and work on a no sale, no
This online auction period allows the auction team to
assess the interest and level of bidding and all bids
are put forward to the Seller. Bids may be accepted
by the Seller at any time during the online auction or
alternatively the property may also be put forward to
one of our Public Auction Events.
Agreed Minimum Reserve
Before bringing your property to the market, we will
agree a fair minimum Reserve with you. This is the
minimum figure the property can sell for and gives
you control and peace of mind in the process. This is
a private figure which is not disclosed to the public.
Public Auction Events
Our Public Auction Events are held regularly
throughout the year. The Public Auctions are a
great way of getting interested parties together and
securing the highest bid. Our Public Auctions run at
over 90% sold which was the highest success rate
in Ireland last year.
Starting Bids Price
As the Reserve is a private figure, we also agree
a Starting Bids Price which is slightly below the
agreed reserve. This is the figure we will look to take
bids from and parties will need to increase their bids
to the reserve price or above to secure the property.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is my property going to sell?
There are two main components needed to
maximise the chances of selling through auction;
firstly a realistic seller and secondly great marketing
exposure. With our marketing and unique pricing
strategy we guarantee the best price in the current
market for your property. If you decide to explore
the auction route further, a member of the auction
team will discuss the best pricing strategy and
marketing route to ensure we maximise interest in
Can I accept a bid before the end of the auction?
Yes, if you want to accept a bid prior to the end of
the online auction or before the public auction event
then that is your decision. By law we are required to
make you aware of all bids. It will then be up to you
to consider and you may decide to accept the bid.
How quickly will I have to move out?
Generally, the buyer will have 28 days to close the
sale after the deposit is paid. However there can be
some flexibility to this where necessary.
Do I have to accept the highest bid?
Not necessarily, if at the end of the auction the
Reserve has been met or exceeded, then the
property is deemed sold. However, if the Reserve
has not been met then it is a decision for the seller
whether they will accept the highest bid or not.
The legal pack will be required by potential bidders
and is prepared before the property is sold by
auction. The legal pack includes copies of title
documents, contracts for sale, BER certificate and
other relevant information.