Residential, Agricultural & Commercial Sales

Let our combined experience & market knowledge assist you.


At REA Spratt, we offer a comprehensive range of Residential services to mostly private clients, who are either interested in selling, acquiring or valuing properties in County Waterford or East Cork.

We have been practising in Dungarvan now for over 80 years and hence believe we can rightly claim to know the market intimately. We are committed to the individual needs of residential property owners, buyers, tenants, investors and developers who rely on our informed advise. We utilise the latest technology including the various social media platforms to deliver this service and we continue to remain at the forefront of our rapidly changing local market.


The agricultural sector has witnessed considerable changes in the last number of years, most particularly the last 12 months. At REA Spratt, we have kept abreast of recent developments within the market place.

With Donal O'Brien and Eamonn Spratt, both having a vast experience dating back over many years, we offer informed and professional advice within all areas of the Agricultural sector.

Whether you are interested in buying or selling, or renting or taking land, we are interested in talking to you!


REA Spratt have an extensive knowledge of all aspects of commercial property transactions. REA Spratt have been involved in most of the commercial projects that have happened in Dungarvan, West Waterford.

Waterford over the last 80 years. This sounds simple, but to get to this level of success, takes experience, considerable Market knowledge and invaluable contacts.

REA Spratt offer advice on selling all commercial properties such as Pubs/Licensed Premises, Restaurants, Retail, Warehousing, Development Lands, Nursing Homes, Primary Care Centres, Bed & Breakfasts/Guesthouses, Petrol stations and Investment Properties.

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Please feel free to contact us at any time to discuss your particular property needs.

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