Auctioneers Valuers & Estate Agents

We can assist you in the sale purchase lease or valuation of residential, commercial or agricultural property. We have been involved in property sales and valuations since 1978 and are members of the Society of Chartered Surveyors and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. With our combination of   experience and qualifications we endeavour to make buying or selling property as easy as possible. We have also built up a reputation for expertise in valuations and have prepared valuation reports for mortgages, probate, re financing, rent reviews, compulsory purchase orders and separation cases.

Centrally located in Loughrea’s Main Street, we use our shop window to showcase your property. We also advertise online through property websites, on local papers, on our property booklet as well as the familiar sight of our “ For Sale ” signs.

Properties are mostly sold by private treaty where our experienced auctioneer will negotiate between seller and buyer, we also sell through auction or tender.


Approved valuer for  a number of banks and financial institutions. Probate and estate valuations. Expert valuer for mediation and independent valuations, property transfer, capital gains, estate and probate.

We are regulated by the Property Services Regulatory Authority. The main function of the Authority is to control and regulate Property Services Providers (i.e. Auctioneers/Estate Agents, Letting Agents and management Agents) this includes the licensing of all such services providers, the establishment of a complaints investigation and redress system for consumers, the setting and enforcement of standards in the provision of property services, the administration of client accounts, the establishment and maintenance of a compensation fund and the creation of a residential and commercial property registers.

Property Services Regulatory Authority License No: 002890

Why use an estate agent?

who is a member of

RICS – Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors

SCSI – Society of Chartered Surveyors

As well as keeping our property professionals up to date on the latest property trends and regulations, they ensure their members behave in a professional and ethical manner

RICS  have five professional and ethical standards. These provide clarity for their members, who must demonstrate that they adhere to them.

Act with Integrity

Act in a way that promotes trust in the profession

Treat others with respect

Take responsibility

Always provide a high standard of service