Four Irish sisters are looking to sell their blissful home in Donegal and have chosen the increasingly popular raffle system to make the sale. The idea is simple enough – people pay £10 per raffle ticket with a target of 150,000 ticket sales.
In recent years young people in Ireland have struggled to get themselves onto the property ladder. High house prices have meant that most buyers would need a large deposit in order to be accepted for a mortgage.
What do you look for when you are buying a property? Different people have different aims for the home they are looking to buy. Many people want a fully furnished home they can move into and get straight on with their lives.
This charming Irish cottage in the middle of the country was put on the market for the very reasonable price of €99,000. The two-bedroom property is fully restored and is in excellent condition for a buyer to move in right away.
A three-bedroom bungalow in Co Tipperary has gone on the market for a bargain basement price – but it will take some hard work and further investment from the new owners to make it the idyllic home it can be. It is being sold on Daft.com and in recent weeks the asking price has dropped… Continue reading Co Tipperary Bungalow with potential to be idyllic dream home on sale for just €40k
The Wexford couple who are selling their stunning home using the unusual method of placing it as a raffle prize have given an update to thank people for their ‘unreal support’. Jamie and Mairead Keane are selling their home in Campile, Co Wexford before they look for a bigger place as they already have three… Continue reading Wexford family to raffle their stunning home – could be yours for a €11 ticket
Many people dream of one day owning an Irish island to live out their retirement in peace and solitude and be at one with nature. It is a dream that can become a reality for some, as there are several Irish islands up for sale with prices ranging from thousands to millions of Euros.
Buying an Irish Ireland could be a lot cheaper than might you think. They were put up for sale in 2018 for prices equivalent to a small house and a more luxurious property. Admittedly, there was quite a lot of work to do for any potential owners who wanted to live there!
Have you ever fancied living in a charming Irish cottage, away from the hustle and bustle of city life? If you so, take a look inside this home in Mortyclogh, New Quay, Co Clare. The cottage is situated in the middle of the famous Wild Atlantic Way and is a 50-minute drive from the beautiful… Continue reading Charming Irish cottage goes on the market for €65,000
A dream cottage in Ireland is being raffled by two Covid-19 patients to raise money for health care in Ireland. The owners say they both had the virus and were lucky to survive.