Housing Minister Jan O’Sullivan will be the guest of honour at the event to unveil the latest edition of Carol Tallon’s must-have guide for those looking to buy property.
Suitable for first-time buyers, experienced buyers and residential investors alike, the Irish Property Buyers Handbook is the essential guide for anyone looking to enter the post-boom, Irish property market.
This updated book deals with the continuing fallout of the Irish property crash and helps prospective property buyers to identify current opportunities that exist in the Irish market in 2012/2013.
In addition, the handbook gives critical advice on how to buy a home through auction.
UK Auctioneering giants Allsop descended upon the Irish market in recent years and changed the face of property auctions. For the first time, home buyers will need to compete in the auction room and this comprehensive guide will walk them through the process, from selecting the right property right through to successful bidding.
Packed with new techniques for a changed market, this book deals with sourcing off-market property, buying below market value, strategic negotiations and will show buyers how to spot a motivated seller.
It also features a new chapter on securing finance by mortgage expert, Karl Deeter, of Irish Mortgage Brokers, who is a guest blogger for MyHome.ie.
The Irish Property Buyers’ Handbook is on sale now from leading bookshops, priced €17.99. It can also be purchased online from Oak Tree Press.