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© The Property Week 12 Nov '18

Irish Rental Price Report Q3 2018

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> Ronan Lyons: "The country needs not only far more new homes each than are currently being built but also that these new homes are predominantly urban apartments." -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Nov '18

David McWilliams: Want to find the cause of the housing crisis? Look in the mirror

When people oppose denser/higher housing development in the city, what they are actually trying to do is privatise public investment in their existing property values. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Nov '18

Growth in construction continues in October, according to Ulster Bank’s PMI, but pace of expansion slows

October was the 62nd consecutive month that the index showed growth, meaning that the Republic’s construction industry has been expanding for five years after pulling out of a deep recession sparked -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 12 Nov '18

Shop shakeout ‘to hit Ireland’

Gordon Fletcher, of the University of Salford Business School, said the UK retail shakeout will affect Ireland and that commercial landlords will unlikely cut rents on Irish main streets without a fig -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Nov '18

M&S Ireland close to signing a deal for a premises in Limerick and is also targeting a location in Waterford

It is closing 100 stores in the group, but none in Ireland. Instead it opened a substantial food hall in the Omni Shopping Park, Santry in late 2017 and has plans for several more food stores. It is c -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Nov '18

DEAL: Co Kerry's Sheen Falls in €17m sale to Asian investors

While the sale of the Kenmare property has yet to be concluded, the deal, which is being handled by JLL, is expected to deliver a significant profit for the UK-based luxury hotel group, Palladian Hote -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Nov '18

Hibernia Reit acquires 92.5 acres in the Newlands Cross area of west Dublin from the IRFU for €27m

However, if the land is re-zoned in the next 10 years the IRFU will be entitled to an additional payment equal to 44pc of the market value of the lands at that date, minus the initial purchase price, -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Nov '18

Fewer than 20 local authority home loans taken in cities

There are major concerns the upper limit of the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan is not sufficient to secure a property in city areas. In nine council areas - including Cork city, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Nov '18

DEAL: Central Bank to buy two massive buildings beside HQ

The Central Bank has agreed to buy two buildings under construction at the Dublin Landings development, adjacent to its headquarters on Dublin's North Wall Quay. It will sell a property at nearby S -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Nov '18

Irish Life owner looking to buy properties in the Republic

Irish Life owner Great-West Lifeco is planning to double the size of its property portfolio within the next decade and is actively looking at buying assets in the Republic, the company has said. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Nov '18

Number of new home completions is growing – but too slowly

Even though the number of new completions rose by 23 per cent in the third quarter, that’s a lower rate of increase than in the previous two. In total, some 12,500 new properties have been completed -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Nov '18

Original developer of Player Wills site on Dublin’s South Circular Road may take it back from Nama

It is understood that the borrowers, led by Ciaran Larkin’s Bee Bee Developments, are close to raising the cash needed to clear the debt and retake control of the site, which once had planning for m -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 09 Nov '18

SISK judged overall winner at this year's property awards

Other winners include: JLL (Commercial Agency of the Year), Savills (Residential Agency of the Year), Hibernia Reit (Property Investment/Fund Manager of the Year), Shannon Commercial Properties (Regio -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 08 Nov '18

PRS must grow for housing crisis to be resolved

Managing director of the Ballymore Group, John Mulryan: "Building high-quality residential accommodation for people in Dublin is really important, particularly when you look at the economy in terms of -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 08 Nov '18

Planning regulations may hinder growth of build-to-rent sector

Drawing on data from its sectoral knowledge and direct experience of consulting on 7,000 BTR units in Dublin and the Greater Dublin Area, Linesight's research delivers a number of interesting findings -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 08 Nov '18

Paul McNeive: 'Cork forges ahead but faces national development issues'

Peter O'Flynn, managing director of Cushman & Wakefield, told me that Cork is seeing a number of professional firms doubling and trebling in size, as they can handle more international work from the l -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 08 Nov '18

House price hikes set to slow amid Brexit concerns and 'lack of value'

Estate agent and SCSI member John O'Sullivan said: "While price inflation has waned for high-value property, it's likely that it will also slow for other property classes over the short term. That sai -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 08 Nov '18

Pepper hit with €3.7m bill after tax appeal defeat

Last month, Pepper Ireland exited the residential mortgage market in Ireland, having entered the business in 2016. It sold a €200m portfolio (face value) of mortgages, held by about 900 borrowers -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 08 Nov '18

New mortgage lending jumps 49pc at Permanent TSB

"Whilst the mortgage market in Ireland continues to grow steadily, it remains competitive. We continue to carefully manage our offering maintaining price discipline and credit underwriting standards," -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Nov '18

Majority of estate agents expect house prices to keep rising in 2019

Six out of 10 people working in the property sector expect the pace of house price increases to slow in the coming year, research by the Central Bank and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SC -  Subscribe
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