Monthly Archives: September 2016

New out-do second-hand homes as an investment

The new homes market has been on a roller coaster for the past decade and a half. It ran into difficulty 15 years ago when the foolishness of 100pc mortgages de- stabilised it, along with the fact that many of … Continue reading

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House prices in urban areas to rise 7pc a year

They said the value of homes in the capital, Cork and Galway will rise by up to 7pc per annum in the coming years as persistent and long-standing supply issues continue, despite Government efforts to end the housing crisis. Thousands … Continue reading

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Top end of Dublin property market growing faster than New York

Central Bank lending regulations may have had a cooling impact on the housing market, but it seems the upper end is thriving. Latest Knight Frank research shows that the price of Dublin’s prime residential property – the top 5 per … Continue reading

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