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© Irish Independent 27 Oct '21

Commercial property showing signs of stability after Covid plunge

Max Reilly, chair of the SCSI’s commercial agency group, said: “The normalisation of the market is occurring with an increasing return to offices by occupiers and that in turn should also improve -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 Oct '21

DEAL: Hilton hotel at Custom House sold to Henderson Park real estate manager

UK real estate investor Henderson Park has acquired the Hilton Garden Inn at Custom House Quay, as part of a broader acquisition of 12 Hilton branded hotels across the United Kingdom and Ireland. Fina -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Oct '21

First-time buyers squeezed out by high prices, lack of stock and competition

New figures from the Banking and Payments Federation of Ireland (BPFI) show that although FTBs make up the majority of mortgage buyers, they are more than twice as likely to buy second-hand. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 Oct '21

New rental properties may be driving higher rents, industry group claims

According to RTB, rents rose at an average rate of 7 per cent in the second quarter of 2021 to stand at €1,323 per month nationally and €1,848 per month in Dublin. Ipav’s chief executive, Pat Da -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 Oct '21

Daft.ie co-founder brothers share €15.37m dividend payout with others

Pre-tax profits at the group increased 11 per cent to €4.52 million in 2020. The higher profits came despite a 4.5 per cent dip in revenues to €28.12 million. A note attached to the accounts st -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 26 Oct '21

Mick Clifford: Tales of ordinary madness from the housing market

There are a few big winners and a generation of losers, who have to fork out a completely disproportionate amount of their income in order to rent a home in which they will only have basic rights of t -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 26 Oct '21

Government tax incentives adding fuel to house price inflation, warns ESRI

"Unfortunately, supply has been affected, and demand has not been, by Covid," said Mr McQuinn, adding that supply of social and affordable housing will take time to kick in. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 26 Oct '21

Two-thirds of people say short-term rentals have negative impact on housing market

A report by the European Commission showed people in Ireland and Greece feel the strongest of any Europeans about the effect that short-term rental accommodation has on their housing markets. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Oct '21

The story of one Irish town and its empty buildings

Other than a cafe, estate agent Kieran Leavy sees no other retail businesses moving into Strokestown. He says the loss of the Bank of Ireland branch will add hours of commuting time to his working wee -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Oct '21

Why rezoning land does not always deliver housing

Anecdotally planners say they receive applications from certain “developers” who they know are not developers at all, but speculators seeking a grant of permission to increase land values. “I -  Subscribe
© Business Post 25 Oct '21

Developers who undervalue vacant land face 30% penalty under new Revenue plan

The Revenue Commissioners are to impose a 30 per cent penalty on developers who significantly undervalue their land for the forthcoming vacant site tax. The 3 per cent annual tax will apply to arou -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Oct '21

It’s a tax on living in cities that penalises you for where you live – not ability to pay

They are now being hit with a tax on living in cities that penalises you for where you are based, not your ability to pay. Sure, the house is an asset, and the tax is based on its value, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Oct '21

Property industry lobby groups have aggravated the housing problem

According to the State’s register of lobbying, the Construction Industry Federation has this year alone made 61 representations to Government. Irish Institutional Property (IIP), whose members inclu -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Oct '21

Ireland has 10th highest rate of vacant homes in the world, study finds

More than a third of the properties classified as vacant here are owned by elderly people. Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has previously said questions about how many homes are vacant, why th -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Oct '21

‘Chilling effect’ forecast following planning ruling

A landmark judgment is expected to reduce the number of judicial reviews on planning decisions for housing developments after a judge found objectors may be liable for costs if their case fails on non -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Oct '21

Surge in demand for surveyors to value homes ahead of property tax deadline

Surveyors said owners should ask themselves if they would be happy to sell their property at this valuation. "We had one case where it was suggested the property should be in Band 17, whereas market e -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Oct '21

Number of home completions expected to reach 27,000 next year: Goodbody

The number of home completions is expected to reach 27,000 next year and 31,000 the year after, according to a new report by Goodbody, although the figures are still below what is required to meet dem -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 21 Oct '21

Sherry FitzGerald: Irish Residential Market Review, Autumn 2021

This report, presented by MD Marian Finnegan, provides an overview of the key developments in the Irish residential market over the opening nine months of 2021. Included in this issue of the report is -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 21 Oct '21

Fine Grain Property Appoints Damien Kilgannon as Real Estate Director

Fine Grain Property has announced Damien Kilgannon as their new Real Estate Director. Damien joins the Fine Grain team with over 17 years’ experience in real estate development across the public -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Oct '21

Paul McNeive: Rapid evolution of turnover rents has picked up pace during pandemic

Traditionally, landlords prefer the certainty of a fixed rent, and any move to turnover rents is largely driven by high vacancy rates, when tenants have greater negotiating power. That said, the retai -  Subscribe
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