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Our NEWS section is the most comprehensive publication on the business of property in Ireland, keeping our trade readers fully informed on all developments in the property business and among their competitors.

It gathers together in one place all reports on the market, and goes into much greater detail than does the consumer press on trade issues of interest to estate agents, developers and other property professionals. It summarises property stories from the media, and provides handy links to the full stories. Occasional indepth features and opinion pieces for a fully developed online property magazine. It also acts as a searchable archive of all property matters down the years.

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© The Irish Times 20 Dec '17

Rents rise to above boom-time peak in third quarter of 2017

The rents paid by new tenants around the State rose between July and September to an average of €1,056 per month, up 9.5 per cent (from €965) in a 12-month period. -  Subscribe
© RTE 19 Dec '17

Morning Ireland item – New plan will make it 'more economically viable' to build apartments

Tom Parlon, Director General of the Construction Industry Federation, discusses new draft planning guidelines designed to encourage developers to create homes -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Dec '17

Karl Deeter: Don't be so nice - get mortgage loan savvy and play the banks at their own cash-back game

If a lender knew they could get a higher amount of money out of you they'd naturally do it. If you doubt this, just look at the variable rate many of them charge to get a loan with them and you'll see -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Dec '17

Credit unions to take on banks with mortgage lending offers

Under the mortgage plan being hatched by the League of Credit Unions, a standardised mortgage product would be offered by each credit union that takes part in the initiative. The offer will be rest -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Dec '17

Residential accommodation shortfall expected in Dublin’s docklands

Figures from Owen Reilly show that office space for around 28,000 workers is currently in planning or being built while, on the residential front, homes for a maximum of 6,500 people are expected to b -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Dec '17

DEAL: Hibernia Reit sells Chancery building for €23.8m

The property is located on Chancery Lane close to Dublin Castle in central Dublin and comprises 35,000 sq ft of offices and four two-bed apartments. It is fully let to tenants including the Office -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Dec '17

Rising house prices lift thousands out of negative equity

Buy-to-let properties had a higher share of negative equity throughout the period, with 15.6 of investment residential properties currently in negative equity, down from 54 per cent in the final quart -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Dec '17

DEAL: Kennedy Wilson buys Nama Dockland flats in €45m deal

Kennedy Wilson has paid €45m for a portfolio of 124 apartments in the Dublin Docklands. The units at North Bank were brought to the market along with 85 parking spaces and a ground floor commerci -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Dec '17

Ease housing crisis with emergency Vat cut: CIF

Parlon said that having to pay 13.5pc Vat "in one big lump on a 200-unit apartment block is madness". He added: "That apartment block is going to generate €100,000 of income for the Revenue throu -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Dec '17

Three wise property men to star at listed Glenveagh

Wesley Rothwell, executive director of development Land and Consultancy at CBRE, is also moving to Glenveagh and will take up a new role as chief commercial officer in February. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Dec '17

Are spiralling Dublin rents choking its economic growth?

But, just as he was about to sign the lease, he got news – he had been gazumped. The property was going to someone else who had offered €7,500 a month. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Dec '17

How Dublin became a city of sprawling suburbs

The 1930s also saw that process begin, with the creation of Crumlin and Kimmage. The people who came to live in these new areas were often the relocated inhabitants of the “old” city, making the j -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Dec '17

How landlords forced 40pc of newly homeless families to quit

The report found family circumstances - such as relationship breakdowns or overcrowding - were the most common reason for becoming homeless. This was followed by forced departure from a tenancy in pr -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Dec '17

Crane count: 80 cranes visible over centre of Dublin on December 1st

Some commentators believe we’re close to the peak of development in this cycle. Tony Waters of HWBC, for example, sees evidence of a slowdown in new office starts, meaning less space is likely to co -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Dec '17

Court approves survival scheme for Gerry Barrett companies

Ms Justice Marie Baker said she was satisfied to approve the seven schemes which will see the companies, which operate businesses in Galway including the G Hotel, Meyrick Hotel, apartments, a retail p -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Dec '17

Rents along new Luas cross-city line rise

The figures from property website Daft show commuters living on the Dublin coastline continue to pay the most, however, with rents close to the Sandymount Dart station averaging €2,274 per month. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Dec '17

Apollo House set for demolition in office building plan

The intention is to demolish it and the adjoining Long Stone Pub to make way for the construction of an 11-storey office building. The development will be part of the creation of a new 'midtown' area -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Dec '17

Glenveagh to build 450 apartments after Docklands deal

The acquisition, which marks Glenveagh’s first in the docklands area, is valued at more than €40 million. It is expected to close by year end. The site on East Road is located nearby to both the -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 13 Dec '17

CSO Residential Property Price Index October 2017: prices rise by 12.1%

In the year to October, residential property prices at national level increased by 12.1%. This compares with an increase of 12.2% in the year to September and an increase of 7.5% in the twelve months -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Dec '17

M&S expands northside offering and opens in the Omni

In addition to the 1,320sq m (14,200sq ft) food store at Omni Park, the management is also to seek a tenant for a well-located retail unit between Lidl and the new M&S outlet. JLL is quoting a rent of -  Subscribe
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