“I feel the reason for success in any business is being honest with people… tell it as it is.” says John, who offers a One Stop Shop in Green Street.
Monday to Friday
John “Diony” O’Connor Started his auctioneering business in 1988, after several years working with Irish Life Insurance plc. The business went from strength to strength and in 1994 he opened his own purpose-built office in Green Street, Dingle.
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John approached the sale of our house in Dún Chaoin in a professional, courteous and efficient manner.
Fees were clearly explained
The property was valued realistically
At all times there was excellent, prompt communication between all parties involved
Expert, experienced advice was offered where helpful
The entire process took around six months.
With thanks and best wishes from us both,
Richard agus Micheál
We are very happy and satisfied that we made the good decision to place the sale of our property in the professional and capable hands of John Diony O’Connor and his Team.
From the outset he took much interest in the task at hand and was always available, contactable, good humoured and a pleasure to deal with. He went ” above and beyond ” in his efforts to market the property and his attention to detail and dedicated efforts bore fruit when the sale recently closed successfully.
At all times he kept us updated on viewings and any progress made and always provided clear and prompt feedback which was a welcome reassurance to us.Even after the sale closed he acted as a good will conduit to ensure that all partieswere happy with the seamless outcome.We have great pleasure in recommending John Diony O’Connor as we are confidenthe will do his utmost to give satisfaction.Pat and ColumbaDublin
My husband and I were extremely happy and satisfied with our decision to have John Diony O’Connor help with the sale of my husbands family home. With us living in the states we didn’t know what to expect. However, Diony and his staff exhibited extreme professionalism and kept us informed every step of the way. They were a pleasure to work with and really went the extra mile to make the selling of the house a smooth process.
Desmond and Susan O’Connor
” last November we engaged the services of john Diony o’connor to sell our house in Castlegregory having been on the market with another agent for well over a year with no success and little feedback.From the very start we were very struck by john’s professional approach and his realistic appraisal regarding the value and marketability of our property.Despite the fact that it was not the best time to of the year to go about selling a house in a holiday setting, approx two months later we had agreed a sale at a price we were happy with.Throughout all of the following complex process we were guided expertly by john who kept in touch with us and on top of everything every step of the way.We are truly indebted to him. I have already recommended him to a number of other sellers and will continue to do so.”Regards,Joe
“John ‘Diony’ O’Connor has a strong work ethic which, when applied to the sale of a property, brings a great response, satisfactory to both the buyer and seller…and all of this delivered with a touch of Kerry humour!
The Dingle Peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne) culminates in the Irish mainland’s westernmost point. In the shadow of sacred Mt Brandon, a maze of fuchsia-fringed boreens (country lanes) weaves together an ancient landscape of prehistoric ring forts and beehive huts, early Christian chapels, crosses and holy wells, picturesque hamlets and abandoned villages.
But it’s where the land meets the ocean – whether in a welter of wave-pounded rocks, or where the surf laps secluded, sandy coves – that Dingle’s beauty truly reveals itself.
Centred on charming Dingle town, the peninsula has long been a beacon for those of an alternative bent, attracting artists, craftspeople, musicians and idiosyncratic characters who can be found in workshops, museums, festivals and unforgettable trad sessions throughout Dingle’s tiny settlements.
Photography provided by Noel O Neill see more of his works on the link below