Entries by Rowan Fitzgerald

Soon for sale in Thomondgate Limerick

Soon to be introduced to the Limerick property market by Rowan Fitzgerald Auctioneers comes 5 Hibernian Villas in Thomond Gate. This will be a 3 bedroom end of terrace home which has great character and is located close to a host of amenities. Accommodation in this property includes(approx. measurements in meters): Living room 3.5×3.7 Kitchen […]

10 Castlemara in Annacotty. For Sale!

Limerick Estate Agents Rowan Fitzgerald list this great 3-bedroom home in Annacotty. 10 Castlemara, Annacotty is situated in a safe quiet cul-de-sac and will be admired by many. On entering this property, you will find the living room off the hallway. This relaxing space has character as there is a neat alcove under the stairs […]

Inflation slows in Ireland.

According to the the Independent.ie inflation in Ireland slowed and hit a 12 month low. Interesting to see if this will be seen in the Limerick property market. https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/inflation-plunges-in-july-and-may-move-even-lower-38386272.html

Changes in the Limerick Auctioneer industry.

Recently Auctioneers in Limerick have had to deal with the change in relation to RPZ’s or “Rent Pressure Zones”. This has confused many Limerick Landlords as property management in Limerick has all of a sudden become even more complicated. Many Limerick property owners do not realize that the rent they were charging in the most […]

Winter freeze: Central Bank rules and Brexit concerns cause ‘paralysis’ in house sales. (Source) Independant.ie

By Mark Keenan The property market was struck with paralysis in the last quarter of the year, as lending rules and Brexit concerns kept prices static. The values of average homes either rose by tiny increments or stayed still during one of the slowest quarters for house-price inflation nationally since the crash. The lack of […]

Richard Harris’s Limerick childhood home for €785k

n the 1930s actor Richard Harris swung Tarzan-like from the trees in the gardens of Overdale, a tall, elegant, early 19th-century redbrick on Limerick’s Ennis Road. He went to Crescent College from there, played a lot of rugby and left the house that was his home for worldly fame and fortune in 1952. And now that childhood home, Overdale, […]