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© Irish Examiner 23 Apr '19

House prices special report: Cork city prices up by €100k in five years

City centre asking prices now an average of €102,862 higher than they were when the market hit its lowest point in 2013, according to data provided by property website -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Apr '19

Green man walking: a red light for Dublin real estate?

So what could Green Reit do to narrow the gap between the share price and its asset value? It hired investment bank JP Morgan Cazenove to weigh up the options. These ranged from doing nothing, gearing -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Apr '19

House completions increase at slowest pace in six years: ‘Building Energy Rating (BER) Housing Tracker’ from Goodbody

The build-to-rent sector will be the biggest driver of the growth in apartments, according to the report. "Without this investment, it is likely that the output in the sector would be much lower in -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Apr '19

Glenveagh seeks to build 274 apartments in Cork

Planning notices show that the stock-market-quoted company intends to build 274 apartments on the former Ursuline Convent grounds in the Cork suburb of Blackrock. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Apr '19

Green light under fast-track planning for 265 apartments on Dulux site in Drimnagh

Planners are set to allow developer Brian M Durkan & Co build 265 apartments for rent on the site of a disused paint factory under the fast-track housing scheme, in a move set to anger nearby resident -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Apr '19

Applegreen improperly using planning rules, developer claims

The complaint was lodged by rival motorways services developer Pat McDonagh of Supermac’s and the Plaza Group, who alleges Applegreen offered to lift an objection to one of his developments in Co Cl -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Apr '19

Plan for partial demolition of Big Tree pub on Dorset Street in Dublin criticised

The Dublin Loft Company last year secured permission from Dublin City Council to build a 163-bedroom hotel at the corner of Dorset Street and the North Circular Road incorporating the pub, which dates -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Apr '19

How to cash in on the house price recovery

1) Lower LTV = lower mortgage rates 2) More equity = lower renovation costs 3) Top-up mortgage to fund deposit for a child -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Apr '19

Richard Curran: 'Has Vernon got his property timing right at Green again?'

Back in 2014 talking about why he set up Green Reit, he had some interesting things to say about property players and risk. You can sit on the assets, and if they have a good cash flow and you are not -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Apr '19

Marlet plans to more than double apartments on its sites on Upper Kilmacud Road, Dundrum

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light to Marlet subsidiary, Crekav Trading GP, to submit a fast-track planning application for 255 apartments as a strategic housing development on the properties -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Apr '19

CBRE: Strong Q1 for capital's industrial and logistics property market

Garrett McClean, executive director at CBRE Ireland, says 33 individual industrial transactions were signed in Dublin in Q1 2019. Lettings accounted for 24 of them, with purchases accounting for nine. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Apr '19

Paul McNeive: 'Property regulator has been good for the sector'

An interesting trend, which Ms Hogan says will be a focus for her this year, is "a big misconception" on behalf of purchasers that the agent is working for them. An example of this is where a potentia -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Apr '19

The McGrath Group plans for three projects at Johnstown Road, just off the N11

Located at Johnstown Road, just off the N11, the first of the projects will comprise 49 units of which 23 will have one bedroom each; 21 will have two bedrooms and four will be duplex units with two b -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Apr '19

Claims vulture funds deal fairly with arrears are misleading 'fairy tales' - advocate

David Hall of Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation is to provide TDs and senators with emails from vulture funds turning down offers from his iCare Housing charities to buy properties off them where th -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Apr '19

Cairn Homes CEO sees remuneration increase by €123,000 in 12 months

The co-founder and chief executive of Cairn Homes, Michael Stanley, saw his remuneration increase by €123,000 in 2018. Last year Mr Stanley benefitted from a total remuneration of €920,000, whi -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Apr '19

'Cuckoo fund' buying spree easing housing crisis, claims Donohoe

"Increased apartment building is a very positive development, both in terms of boosting overall supply and in relation to the National Planning Framework, which specifically targets more compact growt -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 17 Apr '19

From July 1, potential rental homes will no longer be available short-term, except with planning permission

If you let out a room in your own home, or let out your entire home, for more than 90 days in a rent pressure zone, you will need to apply to your local authority for planning permission. Councils wil -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Apr '19

Aramark Property marks 70 years in business

Louise Phillips: “We expect that build-to-rent apartment developments will be an important solution to the supply constraints in Dublin’s property market in particular, but also in Cork, where the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Apr '19

GoCar hopes to provide vehicles for hire at new Granville Partnership apartments at Roselawn and Aberdour in Foxrock

In order to reduce the car dependency of the residents living there, GoCarCarsharing Ltd has confirmed to the appeals board that it intends to provide five shared car club vehicles for the development -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Apr '19

RETAIL DEAL: Sports Direct sells Dublin city centre flagship store for €20m

The off-market sale-and-leaseback deal comes three years after the property’s purchase for a reported €12 million, earning the company a multimillion euro profit. -  Subscribe
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