Monthly Archives: November 2018

Property sales slow as prices continue to increase

Fewer houses are being bought as property prices continue to rise. Prices rose by 8.2pc nationally in the year to September, but the rises in Dublin have continued to ease off. Economists said the surge in prices in the past … Continue reading

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Graduate Surveyor required:

ABL Chartered Building Surveyors Limited ABL are currently recruiting for a Graduate Surveyor to join our busy successful practice. This position is a permanent role. The successful candidate will enjoy exposure to a wide variety of work across all areas … Continue reading

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Chartered Building Surveyor required:

ABL Chartered Building Surveyors Limited ABL are currently recruiting for a Chartered Building Surveyor to join our busy successful practice. This position is a permanent role. The successful candidate will enjoy a variety of work across all areas of Building … Continue reading

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House price hikes set to slow amid Brexit concerns and ‘lack of value’

House price growth is expected to slow down in the coming years amid concerns about Brexit and a lack of perceived value in the property market. Supply is finally increasing as new developments come on stream, and asking prices are … Continue reading

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Q3 sees take-up of over one million square feet of industrial space

Over one million square feet of industrial space was taken up across 36 deals in the three months to the end of September, according to the latest report on the sector from JLL. The figure 99,875 sq m (1,075,037 sq … Continue reading

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First-time buyers in Ireland paying multiples more for mortgage than European average

First-time buyers here are paying multiples more for a mortgage every year than the European average. The high rates are combining with a scarcity of properties to buy to price more new buyers out of the market, experts said. New … Continue reading

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