Monthly Archives: July 2017

Commercial property market continuing to show stability

The commercial property market continues to show stability, with the latest JLL Property Index reporting overall returns of 2.4 per cent in the last quarter and 11.1 per cent in the full 12-month period. Capital values increased by 1.2 per cent in … Continue reading

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Ireland’s 4,000 new property millionaires as house prices are up 40pc in just five years

New property millionaires are being created at a rate of a dozen a week. There are now close to 4,000 homeowners in Ireland whose property is worth €1m or more. Sandycove in Dublin is the most expensive market in the … Continue reading

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Tenants paying more than €2,500 monthly face 1% stamp duty bill

Thousands of tenants in Dublin face an unwelcome extra bill this year as spiralling rents tip them above the €2,500-a-month level at which a little-known 1 per cent stamp duty applies. Some 55 per cent of three-bedroom Dublin city family … Continue reading

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Pace of growth in Irish construction sector slowed in June, survey finds

The rate of expansion in construction activity in the Republic slowed in June, with the civil engineering segment of the market contracting slightly even as the housing and commercial subsectors remained strong, according to a report published on Monday. Read … Continue reading

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House prices around the country are rising by €2,000 every month

HOUSES PRICES ACROSS the country are rising more than €2,000 every single month on average, according to the latest House Price Report from Daft.ie. On a national basis, the average price of a house is €240,000 – 11.7% higher than … Continue reading

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