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Starting the hunt for your dream home? Join us for an evening of exclusive tips on buying in Cork

The Feels Like Home event returns on September 12. Here’s how to secure your place.

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DECIDING TO GET on the property ladder is a big decision, but really it’s only the beginning of the journey.

Now that you’ve taken the plunge, there’s a mortgage to apply for, house listings to trawl, viewings to attend and endless documents to gather together.

Plus, you’re doing it all in an intensely competitive housing market. It’s a mammoth task, but Glenveagh Homes and TheJournal.ie want to set you off on the right foot.

After a sell-out night in Dublin, the Feels Like Home Event with Glenveagh Homes and TheJournal.ie is setting its sights on Cork. Join us at 6pm on Thursday September 12 at Millennium Hall in Cork’s City Hall for an evening of exclusive tips on how to tackle home buying like a seasoned pro. (Plus, there’ll be wine and nibbles.)

On the night, you’ll hear from:

  • Breffnie O’Kelly, buyer’s agent, on how to find the right home without the drama (and how to ace your next house viewing)
  • Ronan McKenna, sales director at Glenveagh Homes, on the up-and-coming Cork neighbourhoods that are about to be in big demand
  • Albert Diggin, KBC area manager (south and south-west), on how to stay one step ahead in the mortgage application process
  • Darran Heaney, interiors expert and Home Of The Year 2019 contestant, on how he took his home from fixer-upper to fabulous – and how you can bring creativity to your new place too

All that, plus exclusive market insights on buying in Cork, and more.

Tickets for the event are totally free, but registration is essential – you can do so on Eventbrite right here.

The night will close with an audience Q&A, and there’ll be a chance to chat face-to-face with the speakers and exhibitors afterwards.

The Feels Like Home Event with Glenveagh Homes and TheJournal.ie takes place on Thurs September 12 at Millennium Hall in Cork’s City Hall, with wine and refreshments served on the night. Doors open at 6pm. Tickets are free but registration is essential – you can register on Eventbrite right here.

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