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© The Irish Times 26 May '17

DEAL: U + I gains less than expected from €5 million Percy Place sale

UK-listed property group U+I realised £3 million (€3.5 million) less than it expected when it sold its interest in Irish properties including Percy Place in Dublin. It also realised a gain of £4 m -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 25 May '17

New report on the Irish retail sector: CBRE

Commercial property specialists CBRE today released their latest Retail Marketview report for Q1 2017 focussing on recent trends and transactions in the retail sector of the Irish commercial property -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 May '17

Hibernia Reit chief's, Kevin Nowlan, plan to ease Dublin housing crisis

Nowlan said the "fundamental problem" in building rental apartments presently is that, under the current codes, nobody can make any profit from doing it. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 May '17

Ireland popular but risky bet for property investors

Ireland's commercial property market moved up from 19th to 13th in the world in terms of the amount of foreign investment it attracted in 2016 following a 24.6pc increase to €5.68bn in the amount of -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 May '17

American mall owners in hard sell as online grows

It's a hard story to sell. Store closures are accelerating, stocks are sinking and investors are speculating which struggling chains might be next to file for bankruptcy, while consumers buy more and -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 May '17

Never been to Meath? These new homes may change your tune

Co Meath has 29 new homes developments currently listed on MyHome.ie. Several of these are almost completely sold out. As many as half the househunters are from Dublin and looking for value. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 May '17

US-backed Broadhaven pays more than €90m for Dublin sites

The sites are Hollywoodrath in Hollystown, Scholarstown Wood in Rathfarnham and Station Manor in Portmarnock. The seller assembled the portfolio at a cost of about €60 million and is likely to have -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 24 May '17

Movers with equity outbidding first-time buyers for houses

People moving house have built up a large amount of equity in their homes, ensuring they can often outbid first-time buyers, new research indicates. And movers tend to have bigger incomes as they are -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 May '17

DEAL: Neighbourhood mall, at Lower Kilmacud Road, in Stillorgan goes for €2m

A two-storey mixed-use neighbourhood mall at Lower Kilmacud Road and Slieve Rua Drive in Stillorgan, Co Dublin, has been sold for around €2 million by Nick Hughes of Coldwell Banker Commercial. The -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 May '17

Savills appoints Larry Brennan as head of European retail agency

As well as continuing to head up the company’s Irish retail team, he has been focusing over the past 12 months on the development of core markets in Spain, Germany and France. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 May '17

DEAL: Aldgate enters Irish office market with Sandyford buys, including Innovation House site on Arkle Road

Aldgate Developments has emerged as the new owner of two high-profile sites in Dublin’s Sandyford area, which it intends to develop as large office schemes: the former FAAC Electronics site -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 May '17

Retail theatre: when space is going vacant, a pop-up can fill the void

Inspired by original disrupter AirBnB, Lucinda Kelly set up her own business, Popertee (https://popertee.com), which brings landlords and pop-up tenants together in a simplified way. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 May '17

Dublin councils accused of preventing housing development

Dublin local authorities are holding back the development of housing through their failure to deal with regulatory constraints and restrictions on height, economist and Irish Times columnist John Fitz -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 May '17

DEAL: New retail lettings at Blanchardstown Centre to create 50 full-time jobs

Lifestyle Sports is to add to its portfolio in Blanchardstown. Ann Summers will trade from a new 240 sq m store. Virgin Mobile is also opening a new 30 sq m unit while the Australian retailer Smiggle -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 May '17

Two Dublin developments show the impact of new rent rules

Casino in Malahide village and Shelbourne Plaza in the Silicon Docks recently offered for sale have met with different responses from the investment market following the introduction of the new four p -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 May '17

'Enormous challenges' in regional commercial property sector

Creating financially viable projects the main challenge, says Gerard O'Toole, director of Tuohy O'Toole and founding partner, National Property Consultants Partnership -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 23 May '17

Varadkar says landlords 'should be treated like any other business'

Speaking at a grassroots event in Wicklow tonight, Mr Varadkar said in modern Ireland it is "almost a bad thing" to be someone who owns and rents out a number of properties. He said landlords "real -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 May '17

Indo editorial: Beware of meddling in the property market

There are also concerns builders could postpone developing new homes until there is certainty over its future. Unfortunately, we have seen the damage of meddling in the market for political purpose -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 May '17

Allsop secures over €26m in sales in latest online auction

Highlights from the houses on offer were a four-bedroom one in Dublin's Goatstown with 0.25 acres of garden. It sold for €750,000. A three-bedroom, semi-detached townhouse on Mount Street in Dublin -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 May '17

Property tax take too low, says EU in warning over 'volatile revenue'

The property tax take in Ireland is below the EU average, and we rely too much on "volatile revenue sources", the European Commission has warned. It says Ireland is at "risk of some deviation" from E -  Subscribe
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