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© The Property Week 25 Jun '18

New homes slowing second-hand price rises - REA Q2 index

The increase in supply of new homes in Dublin and commuter counties is having an effect on second-hand prices in some areas, the Q2 REA Average House Price Index has found. The rate of increase in sec -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Jun '18

New apartment plans at Phoenix Park racecourse

Development company Flynn & O'Flaherty is planning more apartments at its development at the former Phoenix Park Racecourse site. The site, which was previously proposed as a potential site for the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jun '18

What salary will buy a typical house around Ireland?

If you’re not a professional earning more than €150,000 a year, you can forget about buying the typical house in an area like Blackrock or Ranelagh in Dublin, with rising house prices continuing t -  Subscribe
© Business Post 24 Jun '18

[Needs SBP sub] US property giant to plough €1bn into Irish student housing market

A property investment firm with over €1 billion of capital to spend on residential and student accommodation in Ireland plans to provide 5,000 student beds here. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Jun '18

Park Developments exits Nama after repaying its loans

Company chairman Michael Cotter said the refinancing “further demonstrates Park Development’s longevity in the house-building sector, and positions us well to deliver more large-scale projects int -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Jun '18

DEAL: McKillen’s Oakmount buys prominent Flanagan’s site in Mount Merrion

Oakmount did not confirm the final sum paid for the site, but it is believed to be in the region of €7 million. “eligible to apply for a new planning permission for the entire site for approximate -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Jun '18

Marlet seeks liquidator to investigate Ronan-linked firm

A unit of Marlet Property Group has asked the High Court to have a liquidator appointed to carry out a “full independent investigation” into matters at a company linked to developer Johnny Ronan, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Jun '18

House prices sky-high due to finance not scarcity

Director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics & adviser to Jeremy Corbyn, Ann Pettifor: In a world of fixed land and mobile finance, politicians must ensure that capital flows are managed by public au -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Jun '18

Expert warns of another boom and bust in Irish house prices

UCD academic Michelle Norris said the investment funds and foreign buy-to-let firms that own a huge segment of the market “could disappear in the morning” if conditions changed, potentially sendin -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Jun '18

Don't let a flexible office tie you up in a legal knot

Short-term and co-working tenancies absorbed nearly 5pc of Dublin's office space last year. Serviced office space doesn't come cheap but the 30-day notice term can work well for tech companies and ent -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Jun '18

Singapore investor Quek buys over €10m of offices in Georgian Dublin

Singapore businessman Stanley Quek is believed to have bought properties including 75 Merrion Square, 20 Molesworth Street, 24 and 25 South Frederick Street -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Jun '18

Affordable homes plan lacks clear timeline

Councils in Dublin, Galway and Cork are reviewing State-owned lands and have identified the potential for 4,000 homes. However, Mr Murphy said this was the "minimum ambition" for the scheme and he -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Jun '18

Ex-BoSI chief eyes return to mortgage lending

Mark Duffy, who led the ill-fated Bank of Scotland (Ireland) (BoSI) for 10 years, is canvassing investor support for a new home-loan venture as he attempts to enter a highly-competitive sector that is -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Jun '18

Under the radar sales in sleepy Sandycove

Janet Carroll had secured a buyer without neighbours knowing that the houses had been for sale. 4 Sandycove Avenue East ... Ballygihen Avenue -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Jun '18

Dalkey Tramyard recently sold to developer for just less than €3m

All the indicators suggest that the developer will apply to reinstate the recently lapsed planning for a mix of 20 or so apartments with retail at ground level. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 20 Jun '18

House prices set to cool off, says Central Bank boss

Philip Lane: “We have put in place credit measures, so there’s a limit to the loan-to-value ratio and loan-to-income ratio for mortgages. We are putting risk-management parameters in place. If the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Jun '18

DEAL: Kennedy Wilson pays €160m for 274 apartments at the Grange, Stillorgan

The company was the highest bidder at €160 million for 274 of the 507 completed apartments and a 4-acre site, which is expected to accommodate an additional 263 apartments. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Jun '18

Law Society calls for amnesty on planning permission breaches

It’s been some 10 years in gestation, but the Law Society is now looking to take a different tack with its efforts to introduce an e-conveyancing platform in Ireland, one which could dramatically cu -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 19 Jun '18

Ibec calls for ‘site value’ tax to replace commercial rates

The Better Housing report, prepared jointly by Ibec and Property Industry Ireland, said that pent-up demand would lead to 50,000 households needed in the short-term alone, while more than 80,000 addit -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Jun '18

Old meets new in Eglinton Road, a place of high house prices and lived-in elegance

Unlike its neighbours, Shrewsbury and Ailesbury roads on the other side of Donnybrook, there are no automatic gates or high walls shielding the owners from the prying eyes of the passer-by. They may l -  Subscribe
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