The radio star is eager to buy his first home and move out from his parents Knocklyon home but has admitted that the whole experience of bidding on a new home has been very disheartening.
He told The Irish Sun, “It’s been horrific and soul destroying. You’re in this nightmare where you put bids on places then the whole thing falls through.”
The broadcaster went on to explain that he had a particularly disappointing experience when bidding for a house three weeks ago.
He said, “I went about €22,000 over the asking price and the sellers went sale agreed. But then they pulled out, saying they had changed their mind about selling.
Eoghan also admitted that he had even more problems with the first three places he wanted to bid on.
He said, “I loved the first place I saw but when I made a bid, I got gazumped. The second place I bid on, there was some sort of mix-up and I lost it. The third place I wanted, went sale agreed again but it turned out the owner wasn’t legally able to sell it.”
However despite all the obstacles, Eoghan’s still as determined as ever to find his ideal home.
He said, “I’m not giving up, I keep looking at places but I’m losing my soul in all these bids.”