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Our NEWS section is the most comprehensive publication on the business of property in Ireland, keeping our trade readers fully informed on all developments in the property business and among their competitors.

It gathers together in one place all reports on the market, and goes into much greater detail than does the consumer press on trade issues of interest to estate agents, developers and other property professionals. It summarises property stories from the media, and provides handy links to the full stories. Occasional indepth features and opinion pieces for a fully developed online property magazine. It also acts as a searchable archive of all property matters down the years.

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© Irish Independent 29 May '20

Paul McNeive: Leadership key to get agencies back on track

Innovating outside that is difficult. Systematically engage your staff in generating ideas, through weekly virtual meetings, discussing them and implementing the best; -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 May '20

Future of FDI here 'robust' despite Covid economy hit

Despite the decline in number of projects here last year, EY's European Attractiveness Survey said the businesses had indicated investments into the State would continue to be robust despite growing t -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 29 May '20

Refurbishment puts No1 back at the top of the street on Cork’s iconic South Mall

No 1 South Mall last changed hands back in 2016, when it was bought after a competitive sales process by a Cork-based private investor, for over €3m, in excess of the then-guide price of €2.75m. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 May '20

Property investor IPUT increases revolving credit facility by €50m

IPUT has increased its revolving credit facility (‘RCF’) by €50m to €300m. The RCF, which is with Wells Fargo Bank, includes a €200m green component. This is the largest green credit facilit -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 May '20

Charjon Investments Ltd plans 290 apartments and hotel on Goat pub site

Publican Charlie Chawke is to seek planning permission for 290 apartments and a four-star, 50-bedroom hotel on lands adjacent to his Goat pub in south Dublin. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 May '20

Cairn Homes seeks permission for 611 apartments on RTÉ site

The company confirmed on Wednesday that it had formally sought permission to build 611 apartments, three town houses, a creche, cafes and other amenities there. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 May '20

Investor alleges fraud over collapse in property fund value

The fund, he claims, was allowed to be subject to excess and undisclosed charges and there was failure to ensure it was suitable for euro zone investors and would be adequately diversified between the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 May '20

Mark Reynolds: Property professionals must see technology as an opportunity, not a threat

People skills, such as team work, entrepreneurial spirit, tenacity, professional insight and a lot of hard work will get us through this. While technology won’t replace people, it -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 May '20

DEAL: Office at Unit 3, Sandyford Business Park sells for €1.35m

The property which extends to 4,660sq ft with 10 car parking spaces is fully let to Phone Watch Limited under a 35-year full repairing and insuring (FRI) lease from 1991, with no breaks at a passing r -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 May '20

McKillen companies get court order on size of basements

Two property development companies controlled by Paddy McKillen snr and his family have secured High Court orders overturning a policy adopted by Dublin City Council concerning the construction of bas -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 May '20

Marlet secures €33m from AIB for south Dublin build-to-rent scheme

Commenting on the State-backed lender’s support for the Dundrum scheme, Marlet CEO Pat Crean said: “This is our first financing transaction with AIB and we are delighted that the bank has demonstr -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 May '20

Property values yet to feel full Covid impact - Hibernia Reit

Kevin Nolan: “The impact on our rent collection levels to date has been modest and we are working collaboratively with any tenants who are having difficulties.” He added that Hibernia remained con -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 May '20

Johnny Ronan plans boutique hotel after paying €3.8m for Dublin docklands houses

The proposed hotel on Upper Mayor Street would see the demolition and replacement of a row of five terraced houses which the developer purchased recently for €3.8 million. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 26 May '20

No other nation treasures land ownership like we do — and that passion is reflected in inflated prices

The Covid-19 crisis is not expected to materially change the price of Irish agricultural land. Certainly, in the short-term, vendors and agents will hold back on bringing land to the market, but when -  Subscribe
© RTE 26 May '20

Property prices are likely to fall, but by how much?

Conall Mac Coille, chief economist with Davy, agrees that it's particularly difficult to call the market or where it's heading at the moment. He said there was definitely evidence of prospective buyer -  Subscribe
© Other 26 May '20

How climate change is making its presence felt in the property industry: Jamie Cole of CBRE

Buildings and their construction together account for 36% of global energy use and 39% of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions annually, according to the United Nations Environment Program. In orde -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 May '20

We are ‘sale agreed’, but can we go back with a lower offer?

There is nothing financially or legally to stop you going back with a lower offer. Indeed, you would be advised to do so if you want to pursue this property at all. The vendor is not forced to acce -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 26 May '20

80% of properties sell in first national online auction

Youbid CEO, Michael O’Connor, said the event showed that the market was still holding up. “These are real properties that have sold and interest was strong, with enquiries on all of the lots." -  Subscribe
© Financial Times 25 May '20

Paradise Ireland: luxury country estates at a discount

James Butler: “Now that businesses have greater comfort that the workforce will work remotely, this is likely to encourage buyers to move further to get better value” -  Subscribe
© Business Post 25 May '20

Most social homes delivered in 2019 were bought by state from private sector

The state was largely reliant on the purchase of homes from the private market to boost social housing stock last year. Last week, data released by the Department of Housing said that 5,771 new homes -  Subscribe
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