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© Business Post 18 Jan '21

Despite challenges, investment market shows great resilience: Aoife Murray, Colliers

The investment market showed great resilience in 2020, with more than €3 billion in transactions. A surge in activity in Q4 was expected, and it certainly delivered with over €1.25 billion of deal -  Subscribe
© Business Post 18 Jan '21

A bruised market readies itself for 2021

By and large, the property sector managed to withstand the ordeal that was 2020, but the new year will bring plenty of challenges of its own -  Subscribe
© Business Post 18 Jan '21

Hundreds of luxury apartments controlled by US fund lie vacant in capital

A detailed analysis of the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) register by the Business Post has shown nearly four-fifths of the 246 apartments in phase three of Clancy Quay in Dublin 8 are empty. Ne -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '21

Residents seek to overturn permission for Rathcoole development

At the High Court on Thursday, Mr Justice Richard Humphreys granted permission for the action to be brought against An Bord Pleanála and the State, with the developer, Homeville Developments Ltd, as -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '21

Eastdil to advise Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) and Oaktree on glass bottle site

Long a symbol of Celtic Tiger hubris, the largest vacant plot in the capital is expected to deliver up to 3,800 homes, 25 per cent of which are earmarked for social and affordable housing, as well as -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '21

Hibernia Reit CEO named Urban Land Institute Ireland chair

The Urban Land Institute (ULI), the world’s oldest and largest network of real estate and land use experts, has announced the appointment of Kevin Nowlan, chief executive of Hibernia Reit plc, as ch -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '21

Irish house prices forecast to rise by 4% as supply struggles to meet demand

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) found that two-thirds of 250 chartered agents surveyed in December expect property prices to increase this year, ranging from a 3 per cent advance in -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Jan '21

Missed: Property industry and house prices: Ivan Gaine, letter to the Irish Times

I do have to take issue with his broad generalisation that, “the property industry wants an equity scheme because it will increase prices” -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Jan '21

Days of three-bed semis in Dublin ‘are over’ as high-density housing plans take hold

Dublin city planner John O’Hara said most homes in the new neighbourhoods would be apartments. “The days of the three-bed semi are over,” he said. The city needed to maximise the potential of -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Jan '21

Buyers face new six month ‘use it or lose it’ rule for mortgage approvals

Haven, which is the broker-focused part of EBS, said mortgage applications approved after this week will no longer be valid for a year. Other lenders are now expected to follow. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Jan '21

Castles in the Éire: the minted moguls snapping up Ireland's stately homes

Noel and Valerie Moran are the latest power couple, adding stately Knockdrin Castle outside Mullingar, Co Westmeath - and a stone's throw from their more modest home in Navan - to their property portf -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Jan '21

Getting the State to fund 30% of the price of your new home

The scheme, Affordable Purchase Shared Equity, will see the State take an equity share, of up to 30 per cent, in the purchase of a new home. It is aimed at helping close the affordability gap for thos -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Jan '21

Should empty-nesters be encouraged to move to smaller homes?

Among the options quoted over the years to encourage older people to trade down are stamp duty or other tax incentives .Such policies can provide an incentive, though they do also lead to less tax bei -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Jan '21

Ballymore gets green light for 80,000 sq m, mixed-use Connolly Quarter, Dublin 1

Ballymore confirmed on Wednesday that Dublin City Council has given the group permission to build three blocks that will house offices, shops, homes and a hotel, next to Connolly rail station in the c -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Jan '21

What does the latest lockdown mean for property buyers and sellers?

Ruling out the tyre-kickers would seem like every seller and estate agent’s dream. If every buyer through the door is a serious one, finance-approved and ready to move, sales are likely to be faster -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 13 Jan '21

Yew Grove reports 'strong' rent collection

Stock market-listed property investor Yew Grove Reit says rent collection for the first three months of the year has been “strong”. The company has collected 100pc of its quarterly rents for th -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 13 Jan '21

CBRE Outlook 2021

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> "We expect to see a focus on core assets in 2021 but we also expect to see some investors turning their attention to alternative investment sectors. We anticipate greate -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 13 Jan '21

Average property in Nama worth just €330k

The average value of property still in Nama is around €330,000, the price of a family home across much of the country. That’s based on new information from Nama chairman Aidan Williams, writing in -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 13 Jan '21

Almost 7 in 10 people in Ireland are living in homes ‘too big for their needs’

New figures published by the European Commission show that Ireland has one of the highest rates of people living in under-occupied dwellings in the EU. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Jan '21

Chinese invest in Irish social housing and nursing homes

Chinese investors are paying €1 million each to social housing schemes planned by developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital, in return for the right to live in the Republic under a Government -  Subscribe
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