Martin Kelleher Property Services Clonakilty

We are experienced in Bank, Probate, Transfer, Portfolio & Separation Valuations. Earlier this year Martin Kelleher qualified as one of Irelands first TEGoVA recognised European Valuers and is now proficient in providing valuations to international standards.

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If you are considering selling your property and I will give you an accurate and realistic valuation appraisal free of charge. All written valuations will incur a valuation fee which I will agree with you prior to inspection.

For all of your valuation needs call 023 8859111 or 086 8500967 or email me @

Finance & Banking Valuations

Usually required if you need a valuation for finance purposes or are remortgaging. We have completed extensive valuations for most main banks and are at present on the Bank of Ireland valuation panel.


A probate valuation is usually required on the death of a property owner. Transfer valuations are required on the transfer of property from one party to another usually from parent to child.


We are experienced in separation/divorce valuations some of which have even gone through the courts.

Large Property Portfolio Valuations

Usually required for financing or shareholder information. We have previously carried out valuations for clients such as Deloilte & Touche, KPMG, Dairygold, ESB, Cork County Council, Eircom, SWS Group & Fleming Construction.

For more information please contact us, at 023 8859111 or 086 8500967.

The following is an excerpt from the West Cork People, February 2014.

Martin Kelleher of Martin Kelleher Property Services has qualified as one of Irelands first TEGoVA Recognised European Valuers.

Brian Hayes, Minister of State with responsibility for the Office of Public Works presented the Clonakilty based Auctioneer & Valuer with his award which was also attended by Rodger Messenger, Chairman of TEGoVA, which is the European Valuers representative body.

Speaking at the IPAV awards last January 6th, Rodger Messenger said Valuers had a major role to play in the economic recovery of Ireland and he was delighted to see IPAV members taking up the challenge.