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© Irish Examiner 22 Jan '20

IPAV call for end to 'archaic' property system

Pat Devitt from the IPAV says the Irish system is "archaic" and needs changing. "If you're spending a long amount of time trying to sell your property and you're trying to buy a property at the sam -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Jan '20

Now Fine Gael promises €30,000 tax break to first-time buyers

The party's General Election manifesto will include a pledge to increase the amount that can be claimed under the Help-to-Buy scheme by €10,000 in the next Budget if it is returned to government. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Jan '20

Cantillon: Bank of England study debunks idea undersupply is driving up house prices

Real price of cheap credit? Unaffordable homes: “Nearly all of the rise in average house prices relative to incomes can be seen as a result of a sustained, dramatic, and consistently unexpected, dec -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Jan '20

Dublin office vacancy rate hits lowest level in 20 years

Kate English of Cushman & Wakefield’s research division said: “The marked decline in availability of standing stock is a combination of a number of factors. Most obvious is take up; however, we ha -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Jan '20

LEASE DEAL: Geodis Ireland takes 185,000sq ft at Dublin Airport Logistics Park at an initial rent of €1.6 million per annum

Iput has secured global logistics specialist Geodis Ireland Ltd as tenant for all 185,000sq ft of space at Unit 1, Dublin Airport Logistics Park. Geodis has agreed to pay an initial rent of €1.6 mi -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Jan '20

DEAL: German fund, Quadoro, pays €19.6m for Dublin 4 office block, Three Haddington Buildings on Percy Place

Quadoro is understood to have paid €19.6 million to secure ownership of the property having decided to take advantage of the site-assembly opportunity which presented itself following its initial -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Jan '20

DEAL: European investor, Arena Invest, acquires Harcourt Road offices for €55m from Avestus and Ares

With its purchase of blocks 4 and 5 Harcourt Centre , Arena will secure the benefit of immediate rental income of €3.02 million per annum, which reflects a yield of 5 per cent. Kyle Rothwell, head o -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Jan '20

Fianna Fáil may have just pressed the pause button on the property market

Under the proposal a Fianna Fáil government says it would give first-time buyers €1 for every €3 they save towards a mortgage, capped at €10,000. It is auction politics at its best, and like -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Jan '20

Moody's confident of house price pick-up

The credit rating agency predicted a pick-up in house price inflation, which it said would rise to 4.5pc this year, from 3.9pc in 2019. "In Dublin, house price increases will be stifled by the Central -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Jan '20

Dublin City Council throws out Iveagh Markets application

Mr Keane “claims to hold the freehold interest in the property which is untrue in relation to the Iveagh Markets element of the application”, council’s head of planning Richard Shakespeare said. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Jan '20

Nama lends Cosgraves €15m to fund huge apartment development

The loan is being made by Nama subsidiary National Asset Loan Management to a newly-formed entity, Cosgrave Residential Developments. The cash will be used to fund the development of 386 apartments at -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Jan '20

Builders completed 21,500 homes in State during 2019

A report from stockbrokers Goodbody says 21,500 homes were built here last year, the highest level in a decade and almost five times more than the 4,575 built at the recession’s lowest point in 2013 -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Jan '20

Sinead Ryan: What does the mortgage market look like for 2020?

Joey Sheahan, head of credit at MyMortgages.ie, says, "2020 could be the year of the fixed-rate mortgage in Ireland. These latest figures give weight to our own observation that more and more mortgage -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Jan '20

Mark Keenan: Throw the old rule book out the window when it comes to house values

Buyers and vendors must consider a new slew of factors in a market in which condition, type and loan availability are influencing sales as much as location, writes Mark Keenan -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Jan '20

Ask the Experts: Our panel answer the key questions about the property outlook for 2020

Marian Finnegan ... Pat Davitt ... Keith Lowe ... Johanna Gill ... Anthony McGee ... Do you think Irish property prices will rise or fall in 2020? What are the three factors most affecting the market -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Jan '20

Mark Keenan: 'Drawn-out saga hit our property market in ways that weren't predicted'

The REA property network's sentiment survey for 2020, commissioned by the Irish Independent, shows that agents believe greater certainty is on the way thanks to the recent British election - and this -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Jan '20

Labour TD Joan Burton says proposed Glenveagh apartments in Castleknock would be ‘detrimental’ to local environment

Glenveagh Homes has submitted a planning application to An Bord Pleanála seeking permission to build 192 apartments across five, five-storey buildings at Balroy House, Castleknock, Dublin 15. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 20 Jan '20

[NEEDS BP SUB] Two property heavyweights back Daft.ie challenger Realli

Cairn Homes founder Kevin Stanley and Bartra Capital’s Richard Barrett have contributed to the start-up’s most recent funding round -  Subscribe
© Business Post 20 Jan '20

[NEEDS BP SUB] Planning sector in line for ‘profound changes’ due to climate crisis

Planners must advocate for environmentally sustainable work with their clients and communities, says new president of Irish Planning Institute, Conor Norton -  Subscribe
© Business Post 20 Jan '20

[NEEDS BP SUB] The real estate outlook for 2020

Prepare for the vacant sites levy having an impact on land banks, campus-style office developments, a retail shift to food and beverages and, in residential, the advent of near-zero energy homes -  Subscribe
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