Monthly Archives: September 2013

Dublin prices soar by 10.6pc in a year

NEW figures show that residential property prices increased by 2.8% in the year to August across Ireland. Prices in Dublin continue to soar – providing more evidence of a ‘two-tier’ property market in Ireland. The Central Statistics Office figures reveal … Continue reading

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Irish house prices rise by 2.8% in the year to August 2013

In the year to August, Irish house / residential property prices at a national level, increased by 2.8%. The CSO said today that it compares with an increase of 2.3% in July and a decrease of 11.8% recorded in the … Continue reading

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Survey shows Irish investment market has turned the corner

A new Europe-wide commercial property sentiment survey indicates the Irish investment market has turned the corner. The survey shows that challenges remain in Europe outside Germany and Belgium. The new Occupier Sentiment Index was carried out by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors … Continue reading

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Six years after property crash another bubble is emerging

After years of falling prices, many hoped that such house panics couldn’t happen again. It is like a 2005 nightmare all over again. In south Dublin a strange new phenomenon has emerged. It is, believe it or not, queues of hopeful … Continue reading

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€603m invested in first six months in overseas frenzy

A total of €603m has been invested in Irish commercial property in the first six months of this year – a tally which has already well exceeded the entire 2012 spend of €545m, the latest research figures from the property … Continue reading

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