Irish Home Show – 107 – How To Win A Bidding War – with Robert Hoban of Offr.io

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The next stage in your House Hunting Journey is making offers on a property. On this week’s show we guide you through how best to make offers on a property, how to win a bidding war and when to quit if the prices get too much.

Plus Robert Hoban of Offr.io, one of Ireland’s leading online bidding portals, talks us through the pros and cons of online bidding, how it makes the process more transparent and more reliable for buyers and agents alike.

Finally, I take you through “In Out and Away” of my own sales in South County Dublin and North Wicklow, with a 4 Bed Homes in Blackrock, Glenageary and Enniskerry for between €700,000 and €800,000. And on “New Homes vs Old Homes” this week, we look at brand new builds at the new town of Cherrywood, against ‘nearly-new’ homes over the road in Carrickmines.

Finally, our big news of the week. The Central Bank have relaxed mortgage lending rules so you can borrow 4x your income and second time buyers can borrow up to 90% of the value of the home, up from 80% previously. We discuss the pros and cons.

For more visit IrishHome.ie or follow us on Instagram @IrishHomeMagazine

Buy your own copy of the Irish Home Buyer’s Journal here >>>

Transcript

The next stage in your House Hunting Journey is making offers on a property. On this week's show we guide you through how best to make offers on a property, how to win a bidding war and when to quit if the prices get too much.



Plus Robert Hoban of Offr.io, one of Ireland's leading online bidding portals, talks us through the pros and cons of online bidding, how it makes the process more transparent and more reliable for buyers and agents alike.



Finally, I take you through "In Out and Away" of my own sales in South County Dublin and North Wicklow, with a 4 Bed Homes in Blackrock, Glenageary and Enniskerry for between €700,000 and €800,000. And on "New Homes vs Old Homes" this week, we look at brand new builds at the new town of Cherrywood, against 'nearly-new' homes over the road in Carrickmines.



Finally, our big news of the week. The Central Bank have relaxed mortgage lending rules so you can borrow 4x your income and second time buyers can borrow up to 90% of the value of the home, up from 80% previously. We discuss the pros and cons.



For more visit IrishHome.ie or follow us on Instagram @IrishHomeMagazine

Buy your own copy of the Irish Home Buyer's Journal here >>>