Video of Ballymac Property from First Fix to Let

Brendan Mannix pictured outside his new Mannix Property Services offices at No. 71 Main Street, Castleisland.
©Photograph: John Reidy

Main Street, Castleisland based auctioneer, Brendan Mannix – in his innovative as usual mode – dusted off his ‘movie camera’ and came up with the following clip of a property in Gortshanavalla in his native Ballymacelligott.

He sold the property in ‘first fix’ stage to an investor two years ago – take a look at it now.

“While we never lose sight of our clients and helping them to achieve their goal, we’re always seeking new ways to keep our marketing fresh and exciting,” said Brendan.

“This video is our first step on this path – please enjoy it and we’ll be grateful for any LIKES and SHARES,” said Brendan.

Please click and follow the links here to see the transformation:

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