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About Us

Get Property Estate Agents is an estate agency with a difference. Our primary focus is to offer the very best service to our clients. We are people of integrity who know that hard work is the key to success. 

We take the time to get to know you and your property and give you a personal service. We ensure that our adverts have the best photographs, virtual tours and are fully informative. We know the importance of good communication and transparency throughout the sale process. 

We can arrange everything required at no additional cost; property refurbishment, thorough BER assessments, floorplans and sourcing one of the best professional photographers in Dublin. 

Established in 2005, Get Property Estate Agents is now a team of 11 hard-working people who share a determination to be the best. Our service levels are one of the best in Dublin and our fees are extremely competitive. 

Please contact us to arrange a free market appraisal. Meet us in person and see why we are a refreshing change to our industry’s stereotype. 

Gavin Mulcahy | Managing Director 

Meet the Team


Gavin Mulcahy 

Managing Director 

Gavin co-founded the company in 2005. Prior to this he spent seven years working as the operations manager for a UK property company. Gavin ensures that the company is always smoothly run and that everybody adheres to our stringent standard operating procedures. Gavin’s work ethic and love for his job is infectious for the rest of the Get Property team. He is a member of IPAV and is a fully licensed sales and lettings negotiator with the PSRA. In 2023 he joined the board of the Smithfield Stoneybatter Business Association. 

Sarah Dowling

Senior Sales Negotiator 

Sarah joined our team in March 2018. Having worked for Irish Relo (Dwellworks) for five years and with another estate agency prior to this, she has a strong background in property. Sarah has completed the Higher Certificate in in Real Estate (Valuation, Sale and Management) in TU Dublin (in collaboration with IPAV) with a distinction grade. She is also a member of IPAV and is a fully licensed sales and lettings negotiator with the PSRA. Sarah is known in the office for her high efficiency and is a first class sales negotiator. 

Michelle Hoare 

Senior Sales Negotiator 

Michelle joined our team in May 2018, shortly after taking time out to see the world. Michelle has a strong background in administration and has proven herself to be an excellent sales negotiator. Michelle has recently completed the Higher Certificate in Real Estate (Valuation, Sale and Management) in TU Dublin (in collaboration with IPAV) with a distinction grade. She is also a member of IPAV and is a fully licensed sales and lettings negotiator with the PSRA. Michelle’s appetite for success is clear to all who meet her. 

Martin Toth 

Sales Negotiator 

Martin joined Get Property Limited in 2017 after completing a Masters Degree in the National College of Ireland. A people person with a desire to work hard alongside a strong background in sales and management, Martin made himself an integral part of our team within his first month of joining the team. Martin completed the Higher Certificate in Real Estate (Valuation, Sale and Management) in TU Dublin (in collaboration with IPAV) in 2023.

Diana Farkas 

Sales Negotiator 

Diana joined the team in the beginning of 2022 with over 10 years in a managerial role in the hospitality sector. Her background has given her great experience working in fast paced environments and has provided her with excellent communication and customer service skills. Diana completed the Higher Certificate in Real Estate (Valuation, Sale and Management) in TU Dublin (in collaboration with IPAV) in 2023.

Maria Hunston 

Property Administrator  

Currently studying the Higher Certificate in Real Estate (Valuation, Sale and Management) in TU Dublin (in collaboration with IPAV), Maria joined the Get Property Estate Agents team in early 2022. She has an extensive background in property, having worked for Housing Together for 2 years and for another estate agency prior to this. Maria is a great addition to our team and quickly became a key member of it.

Aoife Mulcahy 

Financial Controller & Compliance 

Aoife joined Get Let in 2011. Aoife ensures that the back office runs smoothly, that all sales adhere fully to our standard operating procedures and that we maintain our highest standards at all times. Aoife received honours in her degree studying Business, Economics and Social Studies at Trinity College Dublin in 1996. 

Customer Survey Results 

In an anonymous survey sent to Vendors who used Get Property Estate Agents in 2022, we asked all Vendors to describe their overall experience of Get Property Estate Agents throughout their sale process 

In the same survey we asked our clients how they felt about the advertisements that we launched, factoring in photography, wording, virtual tour and floorplans? 

How did they feel about Get Property’s communication levels throughout the process? 

Would they recommend Get Property Estate Agents to a friend? 

Order a Valuation

Get Property Estate Agents are always delighted to offer prospective clients a free valuation. There is no obligation to use our services, it is simply an opportunity to meet us and make your own decision. 

We can also assist with Fair Deal and county council valuations. 

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Quotes from vendors from a survey carried out March 2023:


“Amazing professional service. Have bought 4 houses and sold 3 over the past 20 years both in Ireland and UK and we have come across many agents. Gavin and his team were so supportive and professional and their attention to detail and advice made our last house sale a super experience. Get Property Estate Agents is by far the best property estate agency out there”


“The service from beginning to end of the process was first class. I always felt that my best interests were being looked after. I would highly recommend Get Property and I would definitely use their services again” 


“Get Property exceeded my expectations in all aspects (including sale price) of selling my home” 


“We couldn’t recommend Get Property Estate Agents enough. They made the process of selling our property straightforward and as stress free as possible, providing an exceptional level of service. They kept us updated at all times and offered practical advice to us as vendors. Their invaluable assistance really made them stand out from the rest. A pleasure to deal with such genuine and professional people” 


“A top company with top quality people” 


“Customer service is what it’s all about and Get Property is at the top table” 


“5 Star Service and nice people too!” 


“Trusted partner, service personalised to the customer and better than the ‘big brands’ "

Preparing for a Sale



The best place to start when thinking of placing your property on the market is to get a valuation.

  • Get Property Estate Agents offer free comprehensive valuations/market appraisals. 
  • Engage with a selection of agents to determine who you feel will best handle the sale of your property. 
  • Get an understanding of the most realistic asking price by taking the average of the valuations given by the agents. 
  • Get a complete breakdown of fees from the agents before instructing one to handle the sale as some may charge an extra marketing fee. 

Building Energy Rating Certificate (BER) 

All properties marketed for sale are legally required to have a valid BER certificate. 

  • A BER certificate lasts for ten years. If you are unsure if your property already has one, it can be located using your MPRN number though the SEAI website. 
  • There are some simple upgrades you can carry out to improve your BER, such as replacing an old boiler with a more efficient one, insulating the hot water cylinder, insulating the pipework, the attic, walls and floor and even by simply changing light bulbs to energy-efficient models. 
  • If required, Get Property Estate Agents are happy to arrange a BER certificate for you. 

Paperwork and Legalities 

Being fully prepared for a sale can save you months of waiting for your sale to complete. 

  • Solicitor. Do your best to ensure that you are retaining an efficient and capable solicitor. Excellent service will reduce your stress levels throughout the process, do not be swayed purely by the price offered. Ask friends and estate agents for recommendations. 
  • Deeds. These will be with a bank, a solicitor or in your possession. If they are held by a bank it could take over four weeks for them to release the deeds, so it is advisable to get your solicitor to request these as soon as possible. 
  • Tax. Ensure all taxes (LPT and NPPR) are paid if relevant and gather receipts from Revenue. 
  • Planning. If your property has an extension ensure you have the planning permission to hand, offer it to the agent so that they can offer it to prospective buyers. If the property is exempt from planning permission, then arrange for a certificate of exemption. 
  • Management Company. If your property is an apartment or is part of a Multi-Unit Development, then inform your solicitor who the management company is. 
  • If your apartment block is well-managed, then it is a great idea to give minutes of the last three AGMs to your estate agent. These can offer valuable information and peace of mind to prospective buyers. 

De-Clutter and Tidy 

Your property should boast the amount of space it has, including the counter space and flooring. 

  • Clear each room of any excessive pieces of furniture – the less furniture, the more space! 
  • Remove all personal items, including family photographs and any small sentimental items. 
  • If possible, clear the counter space of appliances such as kettles or toasters and the flooring of any unnecessary items – store them away for viewings. 

First Impressions 

The entrance to the property is the first area a potential buyer sees when they arrive, it is important to ensure it is as welcoming as possible. 

  • Tidy the front garden by trimming the bushes back, mowing the lawn and clean/power wash the pathway to brighten it up. 
  • Clean windows and wipe down the windowsills. Give the front door a coat of paint if needed. 
  • Store the bins and any bikes away in a shed if possible. 
  • If your property is in an apartment block then ensure that the OMC frequently has cleaners tidying communal areas. 

Maintenance and Minor Repairs 

To give yourself the best chance to sell your property, there are a few simple steps you can follow to attract potential buyers. 

  • Undertake a review of your property to check if there is anything that might put buyers off. Estate agents will be happy to offer their thoughts. 
  • Remove signs of damp and mould. Ensure all rooms have working light bulbs. 
  • Generate a list of simple improvements to increase the property appeal for the potential buyer. 
  • A property should appeal to buyers as this is the place they will call home, so try to think about it that way.

Garden Maintenance 

Gardens can be considered an additional room to a property, often critical to a sale’s success. 

  • Giving your garden some attention will increase the property’s appeal. 
  • Keep the grass and the hedges trimmed throughout the marketing period. 
  • Some simple garden features and furniture can help to make it feel more homely, little touches can go a long way. 


Your property should be clean and tidy and have a fresh smell. A dirty property sends out the wrong first impression.

  • Dust, vacuum and wash all flooring prior to viewing. 
  • Ensure surfaces are wiped down and mirrors and internal glass are fingerprint free! 
  • Use flowers, candles or plug in air fresheners to maintain a clean smell throughout. 

Freshen up 

You may not see things that potential buyers see because you are familiar with your own surroundings. 

  • Painting, flooring, and repairing tiles can be a very effective way to draw attention to the spaces within your property. 
  • Addressing any leaks, stains on walls or damp smells are also ways to improve. 
  • Using neutral colours can open a space as well as giving ideas of how a potential buyer might see this as their own property. 

Light and Bright 

Take advantage of the light that is available in your property. 

  • Pay attention to your windows – clean the glass and frames inside and outside to allow natural light in. The summer sun can give a warm homely atmosphere to a room. 
  • Ensure the blinds and curtains are clean and are open fully for viewings. 
  • Check that all light bulbs are working well to show off each room’s potential.