Monthly Archives: February 2013

Confidence returns as buyers eye new homes!

Despite falling prices, property market is showing signs of life. A NEW survey suggests that confidence is creeping back into the property market, with six in 10 potential house hunters hoping to a buy a home within two years. Read … Continue reading

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Developers selling homes before they’re built for first time in years!

DEVELOPERS have started selling new homes off plans for the first time in more than five years, the Irish Independent can reveal. Read the full story in the Irish Independent. Given that the purchase of your home will likely be … Continue reading

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Tax breaks for property sector

The Government recently published the details of two initiatives it hopes will stimulate the ailing property sector. The Finance Bill has made provision for the establishment of real estate investment trusts (Reits), which are designed to attract foreign capital into the … Continue reading

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Ireland leads in housing affordability

Housing affordability has improved more in Ireland than in any developed country in the English-speaking world, an international report has found.   Read the full article in the Irish Times. If you are intending to purchase a property, and you require … Continue reading

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‘Quick-fire sales’ are not always that fast to process

Buyer perceptions that a receivership sale may be a ‘quick-fire sale’ can prove unfounded. Because many receivership properties are sold through auctions this gives the impression that such distressed property sales are processed in just a few weeks. Read the full … Continue reading

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