Monthly Archives: June 2014

Dublin house prices jump 22 per cent in 12 months

House prices in Dublin are now increasing at a faster rate than at any time since the height of the boom, according to new figures released by the Central Statistics Office(CSO). The figures show residential property prices in Dublin grew by … Continue reading

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City planning ‘crucial for future prosperity’

Property Industry Ireland director Peter Stafford said the lack of planning was now becoming an urgent issue. “Two out of every three people live on just 2.4pc of Ireland’s landmass and we are becoming an urban country. “Ireland is benefitting … Continue reading

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Full steam ahead as property recovery predicted to continue

There is around €5bn in requirements looking for opportunities, with IBRC, Ulster Bank and NAMA seen as the key strategic vendors supplying the market with substantial portfolios of loans and assets. Many buyers are looking for scale with an expectation … Continue reading

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Dublin property prices up 3.3% in April amid supply concerns

Houses prices across the State rose by 8.5 per cent in the 12 months to the end of April, the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show. Amid continuing concerns about the supply of housing in Dublin, the figures show … Continue reading

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E-conveyancing could reduce transaction to five days

The development of a fully electronic conveyancing system will reduce the total transaction time for buying a house to as little as five days, the Law Society has said. Welcoming the Government’s pledge to deliver an e-conveyancing system in the Construction 2020 … Continue reading

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