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© Irish Independent 27 Mar '17

Suburban offices see ripple effect of capital's rental growth

The trend is being viewed by Goodbody's senior real estate analyst, Colm Lauder as a particular positive for Green Reit and a number of other major developers and investors with offices already availa -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Mar '17

Ronan Lyons: Supply of apartments held back by costs

The first-time buyer market has by and large turned off buying apartments. Such 'property ladder' homes, typically bought in the bubble for two to three years before being sold, leave the owner open t -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Mar '17

Dublin is third most expensive for prime office space in Europe

That's the main finding of the latest European Property Market Brief conducted by agents Murphy Mulhall in conjunction with its international affiliate, Gerald Eve's pan-European alliance. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Mar '17

Restrictions bought us time to build a way out of the housing market crisis - but we've blown it

While the situation in rural parts cannot be put right until construction is economically viable again, a strong supply of decent affordable family homes in large numbers is the only way to deal with -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Mar '17

Price of Dublin semi-D surging again at same rate as in boom years

According to the Irish Independent/Real Estate Alliance Average House Price Survey, which concentrates on the sale prices of typical three-bed semi-detached houses, the average three-bed semi in Dubli -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 26 Mar '17

Should I go or should I just stay? The pros and cons

Selling first frees up the cash, making you more attractive as a buyer. However, you may have to rent while you're finding your dream retirement home. Plan a budget for this, as it's not something you -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 26 Mar '17

Your guide to trading down

1. It's all about timing. "When you're downsizing," says Geralyn Byrne of Sherry FitzGerald, who looks after many of Dublin 6's redbrick sales, "there's a balance to be struck between not leaving it t -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 26 Mar '17

Mulryan's Ballymore to sue CRH and Roadstone over pyrite houses

A claim by Ballymore that Roadstone and two other companies delivered material responsible for the structural damage known as 'pyritic heave' detected in over 90 of the 145 houses at the Drumnigh Wood -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 26 Mar '17

First-time home buyers warned they are at risk of a new debt trap

Kieran McQuinn, ESRI research professor, stressed the Government's new help-to-buy initiative is not the right "policy response" at a time when house prices and rents are growing sharply. "We would -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 23 Mar '17

Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI): New housing plan urged

That “third way” entails the establishment of a new commercial entity — the Housing Company of Ireland — which would target the building of 70,000 new homes in its first five years and then ar -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Mar '17

DEAL: Boston real estate firm pays €14.5m for Swords Plaza

While the company did not disclose the amount it paid for the complex, the figure is understood to have been in the region of the €14.5m asking price that had been sought by selling agents, Cushman -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Mar '17

Dublin faces office supply shortage: Murphy Mulhall

Looking at the prospects for new office space in Dublin's Central Business District (CBD) in 2017, Murphy Mulhall's latest 'Market Monitor' report notes that a total of 13 projects covering a total of -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Mar '17

Banks make €800m a year by 'overcharging' on variable rate mortgages

Brendan Burgess, of the Fair Mortgage Rates Campaign, criticised the commission for its failure up to now to investigate the highly concentrated lending market. Around 350,000 homeowners on variables -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Mar '17

Is construction Ireland’s economic cuckoo?

If the banking sector is still convalescing, who is paying for the current construction boom and who will supply the mortgages for the next round of buying? -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Mar '17

Just 64 social housing units delivered by private sector in 2015

So-called Part V planning regulations, which require developers to set aside 10 per cent of new homes for use as social housing, delivered just 64 new dwellings in 2015, according to the official data -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Mar '17

Construction boom could overheat economy, says ESRI

“We’re treading a fine line between driving the economy to produce more houses and pushing it into overheating territory,” the ESRI’s Kieran McQuinn said. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 22 Mar '17

Allsop accumulates profit of over €1m on auctions

The firm’s online auctions have been a great success. They recorded sales of €23m in 2015 across four auctions and the sale of 193 properties. The growing demand for the firm’s auctions re -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Mar '17

More than 1,000 'high-demand' homes lying idle in unfinished 'ghost' developments

A new report from the Department of Housing notes that 42 'ghost' estates remain in built-up areas, despite an overall reduction across the country. There are two in Meath, three each in Galway and C -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Mar '17

Estate agent ordered to pay man €1.5k over apartment viewing refusal

"In our experience discrimination by landlords and agents against tenants who are in receipt of rent supplement is still widespread, and contributes to people becoming homeless." -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Mar '17

Gayle Dunne case over freezing of assets to be heard next month

Those assets include Walford, a house on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road which Mr Dunne bought for €58 million in 2005 – making it the country’s most expensive home at the time – and gifted to his -  Subscribe
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