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27-05-2019, 21:09   #16
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This builder just sold most of the housing stock in Taylor Hill and an estate in Donabate to Irish Reits so be careful they don't do the same in Rush.

There are a lot of second hand houses that are lower in price that you can put your stamp on. Maybe have a look there. You could get a lot for 330k.
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28-05-2019, 22:09   #17
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Hi Ted,

Also waiting on an update, our solicitor has formally requested completion date. They're dragging their heels but hopefully should hear soon.
I'd also be very interested to know! If you hear, keep us posted please

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28-05-2019, 22:19   #18
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I got onto the foreman earlier asking so hopefully he gets back to me tomorrow, I'll post up if so
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I got onto the foreman earlier asking so hopefully he gets back to me tomorrow, I'll post up if so
cool - would love to hear.
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Had a response saying they are expecting an update on timeline today so hopefully hear something later on
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31-05-2019, 16:15   #21
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Actually got a small update there that we should be called in about 3wks to snag. Not really sure what that means...
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I'd the same, that means it's built in 3 weeks and you get your snagger in to check for issues and should be good to go 21 days later. See ya soon neighbour!
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I'd the same, that means it's built in 3 weeks and you get your snagger in to check for issues and should be good to go 21 days later. See ya soon neighbour!
Cool. Sooner than I expected!
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Thanks for this info! Much sooner than expected 😊
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Just on this. Our solicitor has been pressing the solicitor on the other side for a completion date and they won't give any. Yet Glenveagh themsleves sent that update about snagging?
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Not sure, think if their solicitors note it then it becomes more binding so they'll avoid that until closer to the time
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yeah, makes sense.

Hopefully the Glenveagh update isn't too far off. Nightmare coordinating childcare and getting out of our current place.
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Hi, Just wondering if anyone has received any further information regarding completion dates? Last I was told was End Aug/ Beginning September. This date originally started out as July when we initially put the booking deposit down...

Just trying to juggle giving notice to our landlord and when the completion date would be :/
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Hi, Just wondering if anyone has received any further information regarding completion dates? Last I was told was End Aug/ Beginning September. This date originally started out as July when we initially put the booking deposit down...

Just trying to juggle giving notice to our landlord and when the completion date would be :/
Hey - in the same boat. No real update other than roughly sometime in July for snagging and then ready probably in August. Tricky for us with childcare to sort also.

We were up on Sat and the last houses looked pretty close to finish.
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Hi everyone,

We're starting to look at floors and appliances etc. and want to order soon. Has anyone else done the same?

We were up in the showhouse recently and took some measurements, but I'm wondering if anyone knows whether most integrated appliances in such new builds are standard sized (literally don't have a clue about this stuff!)?

For example, the measurement I took for the oven was 600 x 480mm, but looking at appliances on most websites, ovens generally seem to be 600 x 600mm. Or does it simply depend on the brand? Just don't want to order a load of stuff only to find it's too big/small when it comes to installing it.
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