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About Clodagh Daly

Clodagh Daly opened her own auctioneering business in Kilkenny in 2006 having previously worked for auctioneers in both Dublin and Kilkenny. During her time in business, she has strived through both a recession and a global pandemic.

“I have celebrated many, many wins and it has been incredibly rewarding. I opened my business because i saw a need for an auctioneer with a personal touch in Kilkenny. People who sell with Clodagh Daly Auctioneers deal solely with me. I am the person you speak to, i am the person you meet, i carry out all viewings, deal with all queries and manage the bidding process personally thereby ensuring total transparency which is something that is very important to me.”

Clodagh is proud of her many professional property memberships and accreditations (mscsi, mrics, mipav, bsc. hons, trv, dip. pr), her associations of which allow her to maintain valuable property contacts countrywide. Four types of property services licence are issued by the Property Services Regulatory Authority; A, B, C & D – Clodagh holds all four.  She also practices Continuous Professional Development annually.


Today, Clodagh loves running her own business and her passion is selling houses.

“I grew up immersed in business. My family were, and still are, businesspeople in Kilkenny. Hard work is second nature to me. My father Malachy, a proud west of ireland man, was a vet in Kilkenny for forty years. He also loved property so it's fair to say that I grew up around foundations and animals! His father, Charles Daly, was an auctioneer in Belcarra, Co. Mayo. His uncle. James Daly, is credited with founding the Irish National land league. He used his role as owner and editor of the Connaught Telegraph from 1876 to create awareness of the huge problems caused by absentee landlords."

Check out Clodaghs' testimonials to read what previous clients have said about her:

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