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Bumper auction with price tags from €25,000

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Homes with guide prices starting at just €25,000 are set to go under the hammer at O’Donnellan & Joyce’s Midsummer Auction later this month.

A total of 45 properties will go under the hammer – the morning session will feature mainly commercial, land and investment properties, with registration at 10am and the auction beginning at 11am. Afternoon session registration commences at 1.30pm, with the auction beginning at 3pm, containing a huge variety of residential and investment properties.

All of the afternoon residential properties are under being sold by private individuals or are probate sales (on behalf of the deceased) – none are family homes that have been seized by banks. Colm O’Donnellan told Tribune Property:

“This auction sees a large amount of Galway city centre homes and apartments coming to the market in extremely popular locations such as the Claddagh, Woodquay, Henry Street and Cross Street, as well as Taylor’s Hill and Salthill. “These are well established and popular locations and never fail to attract huge interest from potential purchasers.

“It’s well-established locations that are attracting the most interest at the moment. This auction will leave you spoilt for choice if you are looking to purchase a home or investment property that is centrally located and in popular locations where there will always be demand to own a property,” said Mr O’Donnellan.

Among the properties set to go under the hammer are: Morning Auction: Joshua Tree, Dunmore. Located in the heart of Dunmore village which is approximately a ten minute drive from Tuam town.  Includes a full 7 day public licence. Advised Minimum Value €65,000. Open viewings on Sundays 12pm to 1pm. ‘The Laurels’, Kilmaine, Co. Mayo.

Partially completed development of six terraced homes. One end-of-terrace house is fully complete, while another is 50% complete. AMV €80,000. Open viewings on Sundays 1.30pm to 2.30pm. Burren Walking Lodge, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare. Purpose-built 11-bed guesthouse with a separate 4-bed bungalow which was previously used as staff quarters. AMV €200,000. Open viewings on Tuesdays 6.30pm to 8.00pm.

St Ritas, 18 Shantalla Road, Galway. Four-bed bungalow located close to NUIG and UHG and within walking distance of the city centre. AMV €135,000. Open viewings Wednesdays and Saturdays 12.30pm to 1.30pm. Unit 3, Bruach na aAbhainn, Spiddal.

Retail unit of 423 sq ft located in the heart of Spiddal village with direct frontage onto the main Spiddal Road. AMV €35,000. Open viewings Sundays 4pm to 5pm. 22 & 23 Auburn Way, Ballymahon, Co. Longford. Partially-completed to a first fix level. Four-bed detached properties extending to 1,292 sq ft. AMV €35,000 each. Open viewing.

For more, read this week’s Galway City Tribune.

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Finance Minister among key speakers at three-day conference on the regions

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David Minton, Director of the Northern & Western Regional Assembly.

Balanced and sustainable regional development will be top of the agenda when new Finance Minister Michael McGrath addresses a special three-day Regions in Focus 2023 event beginning next Tuesday week, February 7.

The Association of Irish Regions (AIR) event will see a host of leading academics and industry experts gather for workshops, seminars and specialised training from February 7 to 9 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Coolshannagh, Co. Monaghan.

And the future development of counties, including Galway city and county, will be discussed and debated at the event attended by leading figures from industry, academia, and policymaking.

Attendees will also include representatives from Ireland’s three regional assemblies, who will offer their perspectives on the big challenges facing Ireland’s regions, including climate change, regional inequality, and the transition to renewable energy.

David Minton, Director of the Northern and Western Regional Assembly, which covers Galway and the North West, admitted that recent years had been difficult for the region.

“We’ve seen longstanding economic fault lines such as the shortage of housing and reliance on non-renewable energy exacerbated by the war in Ukraine and the continuing fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit, placing further pressure on households and businesses,” he said.

“Events such as Regions in Focus 2023 give us the opportunity to meet with lawmakers and leading experts in industry and academia, to exchange ideas about how to improve the prospects of our respective regions for the benefit of the whole economy.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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Digital Accounting degree adds up for ATU Galway

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ATU Galway...Digtital Accounting.

ATU Galway has unveiled a new honours degree in Digital Accounting. The four-year, Level 8 degree (including a work placement in year three) offers the best of both worlds – careers in accounting and in the rapidly growing digital business field.

Students can expect a strong focus on practical learning, work placement and projects.  Much of the learning will take place in specialized classrooms and laboratories.

Applicants for this degree do not need to have studied accounting or business previously, nor do applicants need to have studied honours maths.

Furthermore, there is no need to be a ‘techie’ or be into computing – there is no coding or software development involved as the degree focusses on using software products as tools for Digital Accounting and Digital Business.

“Our aim is to prepare students to operate successfully in ‘real world’ situations,” explained Deirdre Lusby, Head of Department of Business & Accounting at ATU Galway.

“We have a top class and dedicated lecturing team and access to the latest technologies so students can develop the knowledge, skills, and professional competencies they will need for their future careers”.

“Lecturers on this programme are highly qualified professional accountants and digital technology specialists, many acting as examiners and lecturers for the professional accounting bodies,” added Seamus Lennon, Head of School of Business at ATU Galway.

“They maintain very close links with all of the professional bodies, industry, and employers.  We are extremely excited about this new degree programme, with graduates having career options in areas such as accounting, business, blockchain, systems analysis and digital auditing.”

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Workers seek new horizons

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Survey...Barry Whelan, CEO of Excel Recruitment.

Employers could have a fight on their hands to hold onto their staff this year – after a new survey revealed that six in ten workers could potentially change jobs in 2023 and almost one in three are definitely considering it.

These are the findings the Excel Recruitment Employee Feedback Survey, released in tandem with Excel Recruitment Annual Salary Guide 2023), which show that in terms of salaries across the board, the recruitment specialists are seeing a percentage swing of increase in the median of three to eleven per cent.

The new research has revealed that while this time last year, 65 per cent of employers signalled salary increases in the upcoming year, this has risen to 71 per cent twelve months later, as most employers say pay rises are definitely being considered.

“The ‘Great Resignation’ of 2022 has massively affected employers, especially when organisations urged workers to return to their respective offices,” revealed Barry Whelan, CEO of Excel Recruitment.

“It led to companies increasingly having open positions, which caused disruptions in their daily operations. The remaining employees needed to compensate for the lack of manpower leading to immense workloads and also driving employee burnout which affected their overall performance and productivity.

As well as driving up wages, high employee expectations are forcing more employers to offer a hybrid working option.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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