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© Other 25 Sep '17

Telegraph: The Irish property market powers up again - but is it forming another bubble?

Although the lending market has ­improved, banks are not entirely in the clear. The number of non-performing mortgages among home owners is still high, according to Moody’s, and loans still in long -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Sep '17

Ronan Lyons: I have to ask - is Ireland 25 years into a 100-year housing crisis?

Dublin needs an apartment block of 200 homes opening every week from now until the 2080s. The rest of the country (combined) needs six opening every month. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Sep '17

Sean Mulryan's Ballymore voted 'Residential Company of the Year' at 2017 Estates Gazette awards

This year, Ballymore celebrated its 35th year in business. Arriving at that landmark is no mean feat considering the proverbial mountain the company had to climb to repay the €3.2bn gross debt it ow -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Sep '17

Developers need affordable finance to deliver housing

It doesn't take a genius to understand that these 'credit card' rates of borrowing will serve either to discourage developers from seeking finance in the first place, or end up being accounted for in -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Sep '17

Fast-track planning for data centres

The Government is devising laws to prevent a repeat of the controversy that had led to severe delays to a proposed €850m project in Athenry, Co Galway. Apple has reportedly warned officials the inv -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Sep '17

REA Average House Price Survey: average 3-bed semi has risen by 3.1pc to €221,843 since June

“Supply is the main driver of these continuing price rises with our agents reporting that the volume of listings is down around the country,” said REA spokesperson Healy Hynes. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Sep '17

UCD applies to fast-track provision of 3,000 student beds

An application for a €300 million on-campus accommodation complex for 3,000 more students at University College Dublin (UCD) has been submitted to An Bord Pleanála for “fast-track” planning app -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Sep '17

Dublin faces glut of offices if construction continues at current levels

Speaking at the Aberdeen Standard Investments European press forum, Anne Breen, head of real estate research, said she had be concerned about Dublin “dislocating from fundamentals” if the current -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Sep '17

Housing crisis stems from apartment shortage, economist claims

“So we’re a complete outlier. The only comparable economy is the Shetland Islands, and even there they have about 50 per cent more apartments, on a per-capita basis, than we do.” -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 22 Sep '17

Taoiseach defends objection to housing development in his constituency

“But there’s a difference between being in favour of development and being in favour of every single development, and I think it’s always the prerogative of a Councillor or a TD to objective to -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Sep '17

Demolitions outstrip new builds in city office market

Research released by Savills Ireland shows that the large-scale demolition of older buildings in the capital outstripped the delivery of new office office stock by 8,000 square metres in the second qu -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Sep '17

Mortgage for life: Thousands will have to pay mortgages well into their retirement

The failure to clear debts before retiring is partially down to people taking out bumper mortgages during the housing bubble years and then finding themselves unable to service their debts during the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Sep '17

Property developer’s firms earn close to €1m in Clerys project

Recently filed accounts for Natrium, which took control of the department store in a controversial deal in 2015, show that FAM Acquisitions, a company owned by Ms Foley, was paid the fee. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Sep '17

Leo Varadkar rules out tax breaks for developers

"Build more council houses and apartments; service more development land; make apartments more affordable to build and buy; make it more attractive to let a house or apartment, to name just a few. We -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Sep '17

DEAL: McKillen secures prime Dublin housing site after highest bidder pulls out

McKillen's winning bid of €30m for the Temple Road site, formerly owned by the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, was outstripped by an offer of over €1m more from a rival bidder, who was -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Sep '17

'Property Valuation Best Practice for Conflict of Interest Management: The Irish Experience'

Paul McNeive: Several times during the 'boom years' I was confronted with tensions between an agency department and the valuation department. For example, the agency department might be selling office -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Sep '17

Minister Shane Ross opposes eight-floor block next to 14-storey Sandyford tower

A plan by the Comer brothers to complete the development of the Sentinel building and an adjoining apartment block in the Sandyford Business District in south Dublin has been met with an objection fro -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Sep '17

We’ve been asked to submit a sealed bid for a house, what is this?

Roger Berkeley: Sometimes it can help if you outline, or give specific reasons why you want this particular house on this road eg if you have relatives living nearby or if children are attending local -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Sep '17

Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) Q2 2017 Rent Index

Private sector rents soared by 6.6pc in the year up until June, according to a new report. At the end of June the nationalised average standard rent was €1,017, up €63 compared to €954 year-on- -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Sep '17

Mortgage war intensifies with KBC offering 10 year fixed rate

Financial experts said banks cutting rates were signs that they are stepping up competition, with more cuts now expected from other lenders. KBC Bank is launching a 10-year fixed-rate deal of 2.95p -  Subscribe
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