Monthly Archives: April 2015

Irish property returns up by 4.1% in first quarter

The JLL Irish Property Index recorded a steady start to the year, with overall returns in the first quarter up by 4.1 per cent. The 35.2-per cent rise recorded in the 12 months to the end of March was primarily … Continue reading

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Almost 100 houses sold each day – but Dublin values falling

Almost 100 houses are being sold across the country every day, a 30pc increase over the same period of 2014. And new data shows that the most expensive home sold so far this year was businessman Tony O’Reilly’s former estate in … Continue reading

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Irish house prices growing at 15 times average EU rate

New data shows that prices rose 16.3pc year-on-year, compared with an EU average of just 1.1pc. Figures from Eurostat show the continued upward march on prices as new mortgage lending rules and a lack of property coming onto the market … Continue reading

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SCSI Launch “A Clear Guide to Chartered Building Surveyors”

The Society published ‘A Clear Guide to Chartered Building Surveyors’ which outlines the key roles and responsibilities of a Chartered Building Surveyor. Read the full details on the SCSI Guidelines If it’s a Structural Survey report (Building Survey, House Survey, Home Survey, Property … Continue reading

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