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OUR PROPERTY AUCTION SERVICES

We offer a proactive route to market both to private individuals and corporate clients through our bespoke online auction platform and regular public auction events. No other auction provider in Ireland offers such a complete and comprehensive range of property auction services. Our 30 - 45 day online auctions are suitable to all types of properties including residential properties, commercial assets and agricultural lands.

We offer a free no-obligation valuation to establish a realistic value for your property in the current market. Whether you are interested in our public auction events or online auctions, please contact us today in confidence to discuss your requirements.

This simple way to buy a house is a breath of fresh air. We could not recommend highly enough. 28 days start to finish!

ABOUT US

Clement Herron Real Estate is an independent firm based in Portlaoise, Co. Laois. Our office is located on the Main Street in Portlaoise. Our door is always open and anybody is welcome to call in with any queries they may have. We provide professional, informative, loyal and dedicated services to our clients. The best interests of our clients will always come first and we will place our clients’ wishes and concerns ahead of our own in each and every transaction, as we are dedicated to the development of long-term client relationships. Our team-approach philosophy ensures your needs are important to each and every member of our organisation. Clement Herron Real Estate is a creative, innovative and people-orientated organisation.

We have a strong presence in the midlands for residential and agriculture sales and growing our presence in the commercial and investment sectors. We achieve great sales prices and in a quick time. We also manage a number of properties with a specific team dedicated to property management. This is an area of increasing complexity with 2016 seeing many changes to the Residential Tenancy Act 2004 and many more changes due in 2017.