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© The Irish Times 23 Apr '18

Landlords don’t be shy – put what you charge in a public database

The information already exists – on the private database of the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) – and the housing advocacy group’s point was that it should be made public, so as to make sense -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Apr '18

Housebuilding in Ireland still among the lowest in Europe

According to a new report from Goodbody Stockbrokers, based on the number of new BER certificates being issued, 754 homes were completed in Ireland in March 2018, up by 43 per cent on the year. A simi -  Subscribe
© Business Post 22 Apr '18

[Needs SBP sub] Smart money will move from commercial to residential

Goodbody analyst predicts that investor payoff will be highest on multi-unit homes in the future -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Apr '18

Developers exorcise the ghost estates of the past

Nama has got rid of almost all of its ghost estates and expects to 'resolve' the last six of them by the end of the year. The news comes as BidX1 sold four unfinished housing developments at auction d -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Apr '18

We all lose out if the 'locked-in generation' is forced to remain in unsuitable properties

In line with all buyer types, movers find there is a chronic shortage of properties for sale. All of this is why KBC Bank economist Austin Hughes refers to people who need to move, but can't, as th -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Apr '18

Colm McCarthy: How to solve the housing crisis

Most Irish people with a steady job can afford to rent accommodation and can at least aspire to home ownership. The exception is Dublin. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Apr '18

Richard Curran: Housing boom is different this time - high costs and rip-off rents mean it's far crueller

Dealing with the housing problem head on would have meant taking on various property interests but also taking policy initiatives during the recession years that would have been deeply unpopular with -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Apr '18

Nama: 'We're not 'sitting' on Dublin new homes sites'

"The only criterion considered by Nama is whether sites are commercially viable to develop. If they are, we fund residential projects under the control of our debtors and receivers without any delay. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Apr '18

New homes activity in Wicklow ramps up to meet demand

Ireland needs 100,000 new homes, says Derrick McGovern of McGovern Estates in Greystones, where an estimated 300 units have been sold in the last 18 months. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Apr '18

UK health investor PHP raises £115m for future acquisitions

Primary Health Properties (PHP), the UK property fund which owns three large medical campuses in Ireland, has successfully raised £115 million (€133 million) for future acquisitions in the UK and I -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Apr '18

DEAL: Ballymore leases exclusive Dublin docklands site to WeWork

Dublin Landings is one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin and will, on completion, extend to more than 100,000sq m. In addition to the offices, retail and restaurant -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Apr '18

Pharma giant seeks planning for Swords plant

MSD has submitted planning permission for the construction of its major new biotech plant in Swords. The footprint for the new development will be 43,000sq m – a significant increase on the 31,000sq -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Apr '18

Backed by Galway hoteliers, Flannery's Foxfield Inns plans aparthotel extension to the Ashling Hotel

An Taisce is recommending refusal and states that there is no justification for the demolition of the buildings. According to Kevin Duff of the Dublin City Association of An Taisce, "it is senseless t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '18

Generation rent locked out of home ownership

Private developers hold monopoly positions and are hoarding land while waiting for prices to rise before building. And when they do build, “market forces” dictate that the new supply will be expen -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '18

DEAL: Iput pays €12.3m for Dublin 15 logistics building

103 Northwest Business Park is a prime facility extending to 10,904sq m (117,380sq ft) of cross-docked warehouse space and 1,589sq m (17,104sq ft) of offices and staff facilities. The building stands -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '18

Tech giants eating up Dublin’s office market

According to research by agent Knight Frank: A new study has set out in detail the importance of the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sector to Dublin’s office market. While the rise o -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 18 Apr '18

Steady growth in the first quarter of 2018: JLL Irish Property Index Results

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> John Moran: "The Index has reverted to normal grown following the Stamp Duty increase introduced in the last months which virtually cancelled out capital growth in the pr -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '18

Developers beginning to look outside of Dublin for cheaper development sites

A recent sale in north Co Dublin is indicative of a possible trend in the development land market where developers have turned their backs on the city and its high prices in favour of medium-term deve -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '18

DEAL: Paddy McKillen jnr's Press Up Entertainment planning 134-bed hotel on Galway's Prospect Hill

It is understood Press Up paid €4.5 million for the land which encompasses numbers 80, 82, 84 and 86 on Prospect Hill. Number 80 was formerly the site of the Shannon Dry Cleaners business which subs -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Apr '18

Rental body gets teeth – but are they sharp enough?

What’s more, landlords who illegally increase rents will stand to be criminalised. Notice periods for tenants will also increase, although this will vary depending on the length of time a tenant has -  Subscribe
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