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Irish Property Buyers' Handbook offers new strategies to source your ideal property

At the Invest in Ireland meeting at New York University in February this year, Bill Clinton suggested that ‘now is the time to invest in Ireland, where property is a steal…’

 
PRLog - Jun. 18, 2012 - CORK, Ireland -- The Irish Property Buyers’ Handbook deals with buying property at this uncertain time, navigating the current economic fallout and understanding the new opportunities in a dramatically changed marketplace. The author, Carol Tallon says that ‘Buyers need to learn about the property market in order to buy successfully. Many of the old rules no longer apply.’ Carol offers specific advice for those who may be looking for a holiday home, those who wish to invest or for those who wish to move to Ireland on a permanent basis.

In this updated and comprehensive guide, prospective buyers will be introduced to new strategies to help source their ideal property at prices well below market value. Property negotiations are covered in three chapters, starting with the powerful strategy of pre-negotiation, moving on to the practical psychology of buying from motivated sellers before looking at how to close the best deal.
Speaking at the launch of the publication, Minister for Housing and Planning, Jan O’Sullivan, TD, said ‘This ‘Handbook’ is written in clear, understandable language.  It effortlessly manages to dispel the myths and explains the jargon behind the property market.  The ‘Handbook’ provides expert insights, designed for prospective and current homeowners.  It will be a welcome publication for those considering the purchase of a home in the current property market.’  
A key chapter, contributed by well-known financial commentator, Karl Deeter, looks at the issues surrounding securing finance in the current market.

In addition, this handbook gives critical advice on how to buy a home through auction. Auctions are set to become the reality for residential buyers seeking a bargain in the coming year, which means that homebuyers must understand how to compete in the auction rooms. With the first of a series of summer auctions by Allsops Space taking place in 2012, now may be a good time to buy if you have access to finance and can think long-term.

Aimed at first-time buyers and residential investors alike, this new edition of The Irish Property Buyers’ Handbook is the essential guide for anyone looking to enter the brave new world of property buying in Ireland.

Available in paperback €17.99, ePub/iBook and Kindle €7.99 and at all good bookshops and at www.oaktreepress.com.
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About the author
Carol Tallon is managing director of Buyers Broker Ltd., Ireland's only property buyers' agency franchise. She is well-known for her regular media and radio features as the Irish property buyers' champion. Together with the team at Buyers Broker Ltd., she delivers property seminars and auction training on a regular basis throughout the year.

If you would like a review copy of The Irish Property Buyers’ Handbook 2012/2013 or to interview Carol, please contact Anne Kennedy on 00 353 21 4313 855 or anne.kennedy@oaktreepress.com.

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