Ph: 086-8135672

    E-Mail Us

SubscribeOutside Hours...

Subscribers' Login
Username: 
Password: 
 

NEED TO BE ON TOP OF THE PROPERTY MARKET?

Property Week collects the details and tracks the asking prices of ALL the properties that come onto the market (currently in greater Dublin, Co Wicklow, Cork city & Galway city only) through estate agents' websites. We store this information in fully searchable, archived databases to provide you with a complete picture of the market you are researching. (Commercial property data is restricted to Dublin only for now.)

Whether as a subscribing property professional searching the databases yourself, or as a purchaser of one of our reports (BUYERS AND SELLERS CLICK HERE » to order a report for your local market), you can very quickly get fully up to speed on the details and price histories of all the relevant properties as well as the trends and activity levels in your local market. Subscribing estate agents, valuers, developers or mortgage providers can in moments produce detailed comparables for appraisals and valuations, reference material for clients, and general market research for a complete understanding of the dynamics of a particular aspect of the market.

The information we can provide you will save you massive amounts of time, help you make better property-related decisions, and (if you work in the property sector) help you win new business.

Sign up for our FREE Reports on the property market »

Buy a Report for YOUR local market » ?>*

© Irish Independent 21 Nov '18

Slowdown on cards for new homes in Dublin as focus moves to Leinster

Those looking for the most accurate and up-to-date picture of the housing sector will be interested in the latest quarterly report on building activity from Construction Information Services (CIS). -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Nov '18

Wetherspoon’s to 'continue to look for sites' as it begins latest development in Dublin

The latest development in the heart of Dublin will see the UK pub chain invest €4m in a new pub on Lower Abbey Street. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Nov '18

Cash buyers snapping up cheaper homes is pushing up prices: Central Bank economist, Edward Gaffney

This means there is a limit on the ability of the Central Bank's lending rules to control property prices, a study by an economist has found. Cash buyers can represent up to half of all purchases o -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Nov '18

LA real estate group Colony Capital predicts Dublin will run out of office space by 2021

Los Angeles real-estate investment group Colony Capital has said it was committed long-term to the Dublin market, where it was focusing on “mega leases” to technology giants, after running up prop -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Nov '18

DEAL: Dublin city centre 32-space car park sells for over €2m

The Lisney estate agency has sold its former car park between Baggot Street and Fitzwilliam Square in Dublin’s south inner city for over €2 million, more than €400,000 above the guideline. The c -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Nov '18

Dublin crane count in November reaches record high of 102

This is the highest score yet registered by Crane Count – nine more than the previous high of 93 on September 1st – and up 13 on last month’s total of 89. November’s count is more than triple -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Nov '18

DEAL: Barnacles hostels in Temple Bar & Quay Street sold for more than €12m

John Lally of MHL Hotel Collection has sold two Barnacles hostels in Dublin and Galway for more than €12 million – about €1 million more than the guide price. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Nov '18

Capital Dock to set new benchmark with two-bed units renting at €3,300 a month

Kennedy Wilson’s new Capital Dock residential scheme in Dublin’s south docklands is likely to set a new benchmark for apartment rents in the city, with two-bedroom units being advertised at €3,3 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Nov '18

DEAL: South Korean trust pays €106m for 9,300sq m Dublin dockland’s block

JR AMC has paid €106.5 million for No 2, The Landings, which will show a net initial yield of 4.21 per cent and a reversionary yield of 4.65 per cent. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Nov '18

Lorraine Courtney: 'Housing crisis is wrecking lives and our patience is gone'

The Government really needs to ask what will happen when we all get priced out of the rental market. Dublin needs to be a city where people from all different backgrounds, working in all different typ -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Nov '18

Kennedy Wilson announces completion of Capital Dock in Dublin’s south docklands

The 190 family units will be available to rent in January, with a dedicated on-site concierge, resident lounges, cinema, professional gym, business suites and a chef’s kitchen. There will also be a -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Nov '18

Only 20 residential schemes have potential to deliver more than 100 units in 2018 – Cairn Homes

The bulk of these schemes are in Dublin or in the Greater Dublin Area, with only two located outside of the capital – Glenheron in Wicklow, and Churchfields in Meath. In a report ahead of its cap -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Nov '18

Dublin city councillors could block major student development

Investment fund NTM Capital wants to redevelop the former Nolan Seafoods factory on Rathdown Road as a 289-bed complex, and create a link to a 444-bed student development which is already under constr -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Nov '18

City council to spend €35m on 92 Finglas homes

The council has agreed to buy the homes in Hampton Wood at an average cost of more than €380,000 each, for social housing. The estate is just off St Margaret’s Road, which runs from Finglas to Bal -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Nov '18

An Taisce calls for rejection of Johnny Ronan’s Dublin skyscraper

An Taisce said the board should uphold the council’s refusal and make particular note of the detrimental effect the tower would have on the “riverscape” and O’Connell Street. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Nov '18

Tom Maguire of Deloitte: 'Property a bigger issue than tax in luring high-skilled workers to Ireland'

Let's get crystal here, we are at Defcon 2 in housing. It's affecting our attractiveness and you know something's wrong when tax is "…and another thing" when we're talking how competitive we are. It -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Nov '18

DEAL: Cork 'could be Canary Wharf' as 200 finance roles created

Clearstream is set to dramatically expand its Cork workforce to almost 600 staff thanks to a transfer to the new €90m Navigation Square office complex in Cork's docklands. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Nov '18

Garrett Kelleher loses appeal on Nama files discovery

Garrett Kelleher has lost his appeal over a judge’s refusal to require Nama to comply with an order for discovery of documents for his defence of its action seeking a €46 million judgment against -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Nov '18

DEAL: Ires Reit commits €77.2m to new apartment deals

The company said on Friday that it had signed a deal to buy part of the Tara Towers Hotel site from Dalata Hotel Group with planning permission for 69 apartments. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Nov '18

Real estate body seeks to reward ‘excellence in placemaking’

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is seeking submissions for its inaugural “excellence in placemaking awards”. Willie Norse, CBRE: “Development should not just be about pounds, shilling and pence a -  Subscribe
Results Page: First <1 2 3 4 5 6 >> Next> Last