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© The Irish Times 22 Oct '18

Johnny Ronan group acquires 4.6 acres Project Waterfront docklands site for €180m

A joint venture company formed by the Irish property developer Johnny Ronan and US investment group Colony Capital has bought a 4.6 acre site in the heart of Dublin’s docklands for a price in excess -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 22 Oct '18

Myles Clarke appointed managing director of CBRE in Ireland

CBRE has today announced the appointment of Myles Clarke as Managing Director of its Ireland business based in Dublin. Myles will join CBRE in mid-November having had a successful career with RBS wher -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Oct '18

Johnny Ronan will appeal again as tower plan for Tara Street is rejected

"We are very disappointed by this decision. The height of our proposal is fully compliant with Dublin City Council's own Local Area Plan (LAP) for the site. We will appeal this decision to An Bord Ple -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Oct '18

Just 33 affordable mortgages drawn down in Dublin city

According to Dublin City Council, 33 loans, worth €7 million, or an average loan of €212,840, have been drawn down by the end of September. Given a deposit of 10 per cent, this would indicate an a -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 19 Oct '18

Airbnb shut out of rent-a-room relief

"Rent a Room was aimed particularly at the student digs market. The new ‘28-day rule’ confirms the Revenue interpretation that Airbnb lettings were not exempt from tax,” said Brian Keegan, direc -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 19 Oct '18

Warning ‘warehoused mortgages’ is next crisis

Pádraic Kissane: "I am at meetings with clients and the bank cannot tell me who has the keys, nobody knows who has the keys, and the property is empty. It is astonishing,” -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Oct '18

Wild geese to return early - but it's not clear where we are going to put them

Given that 55pc of enquiries for properties being made from the UK are from those born in Ireland and based in Britain, they are the generation that likely left in the 80s recession and more latterly -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Oct '18

Families to save in home loan and health shake-up

The mortgage market is in line for a shake-up as Finance Ireland signalled its intention to become a key player with the purchase of the home-loans business of Pepper Money. It plans to grow the Pe -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Oct '18

Dublin office market set for ‘remarkable year’: Cushman & Wakefield

Ronan Corbett, head of offices at Cushman & Wakefield: “The level of take-up represents a strong and growing market that looks like it will continue into 2019. Large technology companies dominate de -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Oct '18

Ronan Lyons: Housing outmuscled by health

We have actually had a corporate tax windfall of nearly the same amount - €11bn. But instead of spending it on getting the social housing system we need, we have largely spent it on propping up the -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Oct '18

DEAL: €400k office & retail portfolio at Northpoint Retail Park, Galway sells at auction for €2.25m

A major portion of a Galway commercial property sold for €2,225,000 or more than five times its guide price at a BidX1 auction last week. The same auction saw 38 individual tenanted dwellings sol -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Oct '18

DEAL: Entire 372-unit apartment scheme in Clongriffin sells for rental to Tristan Capital Partners

The “forward funding” deal for the Dublin 13 scheme is likely to be the highest value residential investment transaction of the year, believed to be worth more than €130 million. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Oct '18

Threshold apologises for falsely claiming landlords were charging ‘viewing fees’

Threshold said that, while “anecdotally” the term had been used by callers to the charity, client records only referred to upfront booking deposits and “more limited references to non-refundable -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Oct '18

What do Ireland’s biggest builders and landlords earn?

Hibernia Reit ... Ires Reit ... Cairn Homes ... Glenveagh Properties ... Abbey ... If listed property developers are raking it in; property prices are soaring; and rents have topped previous records, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Oct '18

DEAL: CareChoice buys Marlay nursing home in Rathfarnham for more than €20m

The acquisition of the will grow CareChoice’s total number of nursing homes to nine, providing 833 long-term residential care beds, and bring its total staff numbers to 1,100. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Oct '18

JLL: Commercial property values go stagnant in third quarter

With unusual consistency across all sectors, it was a quarter of flat or modest growth in values and estimated rental values, resulting in an overall return of 1.4 per cent for the quarter and 7.6 for -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Oct '18

DEAL: Friends First buys Carlow Retail Park for nearly €17m

Having bought the 100,000sq ft facility for €16.75 million in an off-market deal, The investment will show an initial yield of 7.8 per cent. The anchor tenant, Woodie’s, pays a rent of €577,500 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Oct '18

DEAL: Aviva buys Zeus Packaging Group headquarters at Greenogue Business Park for €12m

he sale and leaseback deal involving the 9,290sq m building will run for a 20-year term with fixed rental uplifts and an initial rent of €750,000. The starting yield will be around 5.7 per cent. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Oct '18

Bank of Ireland mortgages to be available through brokers

Bank of Ireland’s intention to re-enter the broker market offering “increased choice for consumers” acquiring a mortgage through the broker channel was announced to the market in February. -  Subscribe
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