County Waterford's oldest Auctioneering & Estate Agents firm, Edmond Spratt & Son was founded by Edmond & Ita Spratt in 1938 subsequently joined by their son, Donal in 1953.
In 1989 the third generation, Eamonn, a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, London and a Fellow of the Society of Chartered Surveyors, Ireland, returned to the practice. REA Spratt have more than 80 years experience working in property throughout Co. Waterford and East Cork.
In 2014, Spratts joined REA - Real Estate Alliance, a highly regarded Property group yet Spratts still remain independent to ensure that we maintain our personal service. This can be seen in the most recent REA Annual awards:
REA Spratt enjoy significant advantage over their competitors by reason of the considerable experience which the team has acquired by reason of the low turnover of personnel. This can be seen from the high level of repeat business from our loyal customer base.
REA Spratt provide services to a number of Local Authorities, PLC/Regional Organisations and numerous banking clients.
REA Spratt believe strongly at all times, in giving an honest professional opinion, be it advising either in a positive or negative market. This is critical to ensure that the Agent can realise the client's expectation to achieve their goals, avoiding disappointment.
Property Rentals, be it Apartments, Townhouses, or a home in the countryside are also an important part of our service, REA Spratt have developed an excellent Property Management Service which provides well presented accommodation to suitable tenants.
FRICS, FSCSI, Dip AEAV,
Commissioner for Oaths
Eamonn lives in Dungarvan. Interests include All sport and Current Affairs.
Dolores lives in Ballyduff Upper. Interests include Travel, Walking, Gardening
Donal lives in Lismore. Interests include Involved in the Immrama Festival, Cappoquin & Lismore Credit Unions and Golf.
Julie lives near Aglish. Interests include Farming, Running, Cookery
Ann lives in Stradbally. Interests include G.A.A. Reading and Card playing.