Slower auction season but good prices in Connacht/Ulster

Auctions are not the preferred method of sale in the West and Northwest, where private contracts are considered the best way to sell land. This year’s auction season has been quiet in the region but an improvement on last year when the amount of land sold under the hammer and reported in the national newspapers rose from 149ac to 311ac and where the money fell from £1.382m to £1.382m. improved to €1.448 million. an increase of 5 pcs.

However, the average price per acre fell nearly 50 percent from €9,275/ac in the first six months of 2021 to €4,656/ac in auctions held between January and June this year, a home price survey based on figures from reported sales based in national media, shows.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/farm-property/connacht-farm-sales/slower-auction-season-but-good-prices-in-connachtulster-41897889.html Slower auction season but good prices in Connacht/Ulster

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