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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 13 Nov '23 Lack of homes available outside Dublin continues to drive up rents nationwide

Prices for new rentals across the country rose by an average of 1.8pc between July and September, compared with the second quarter of the year, and were up 8pc compared with a year ago, the latest rep -  Subscribe
© Business Plus 12 Nov '23

Sherry FitzGerald: All-Time Low Predicted For Investment Property Market

Senior economist Jean Behan: “On a positive note, Euro area interest rates are now likely to have peaked given the continued decline in inflation and weak economic growth. "This coupled with the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Nov '23

Should I stay or should I go? Landlord exodus set to continue as supports fail to materialise

The tax relief is tokenism at best, says Mary Conway, chairperson of the Irish Property Owners’ Association (IPOA). “It is a wholly inadequate response to the increasing financial and regulatory b -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Nov '23

Beauparc Utilities founder closing in on €19m deal for Chancery building in Dublin city centre

Sretaw PE (Private Equity), the investment and property development company headed up by Eamon Waters, is understood to be closing in on the acquisition of the Chancery building in Dublin city centre -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Nov '23

DEAL: ACB’s former headquarter facility in Cavan sold for just under €1.27m

The former warehouse and offices of the ACB Group at Ranrenagh in Ballyjamesduff, Co Cavan have been sold for just under €1.27 million, a 30 per cent on the €975,000 which had been guided by agent -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Nov '23

DEAL: Offices at 57 Adelaide Road fully occupied following latest letting to VMO Aircraft Leasing

Rental levels across all four lettings are understood to have been in the region of €538 per sq m (€50 per sq ft) and €3,500 per car space per annum. The final letting to VMO Aircraft leasing wa -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Nov '23

Intercom delays move to new Dublin headquarters as fit-out costs spiral

Having already agreed a deal earlier this year to sublet just under 50,000sq ft of the office space at its new headquarters on Dublin’s Earlsfort Terrace to US-headquartered investor KKR, Intercom h -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Nov '23

Apartment blocks up to 19 storeys to go ahead on contentious Dublin 8 Bailey Gibson and Player Wills sitessite

On Tuesday, Hines confirmed “proceedings have concluded on both the Bailey Gibson and Player Wills sites”. In a statement, the Dublin 8 Residents’ Association said following “extensive negotia -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 07 Nov '23

What does WeWork’s US bankruptcy mean for Dublin’s office market?

Market sources have estimated WeWork’s total footprint in Dublin to be around 37,000sq m (398,264.69 millionsq ft) across four locations. Leaving aside Hines’s Central Plaza development (the forme -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 07 Nov '23

Onate seals new €50m funding deal with NatWest for Irish loans

The funding line will also help Onate with its own expansion plans – that now include an ambition to begin lending property bridging loans in other European markets, according to Onate CEO Dan Gande -  Subscribe
© The Currency 07 Nov '23

On the move: How Abbey Capital is gaming office market turbulence

Selling two small offices to move into a big one seems to be the best way of navigating current commercial property uncertainty, if the successful Dublin firm’s multi-million-euro property deals are -  Subscribe
© The Currency 07 Nov '23

Ronan Lyons: The end of the long housing boom?

For over a decade, I have put the case forward that Ireland’s housing system is supply-constrained. I can see how, to some, this unwavering assessment could be indistinguishable from boosterism: “ -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 07 Nov '23

Builder claims landowner wants €6m to drop housing planning appeal

The building of 500 new houses in the Dublin commuter belt is being delayed by an adjoining landowner demanding €6m to drop objections, High Court papers claim. Explosive new legal documents contai -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 06 Nov '23

WeWork's expensive gamble is summed up by its plans in Dublin's Central Plaza

Investors were euphoric about the potential of the company – which rents out buildings and then leases them out again, normally as trendy coworking spaces – to revolutionise the modern office. -  Subscribe
© Other 06 Nov '23

Council rejects plans for site of former Unicorn restaurant on Dublin’s Merrion Row

In September, Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland DAC lodged plans for the demolition of buildings on Merrion Row and Merrion Court, and to construct in their place a four- and five-storey mixed-use scheme -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 05 Nov '23

Energy-efficient homes are selling for €88,000 more

Houses with building energy ratings (BER) of A and B sold for €88,000 more on average than those with BERs of C-G, latest figures show. The more efficient homes sold for an average of €390,000 -  Subscribe
© 05 Nov '23

Government told to scrap rent caps to increase numbers of rental properties

Rent Pressure Zones - areas where rents are highest and rising quickest - were introduced in 2016 with an annual cap of a 4% increase in rents in those areas. However, this was reduced to the current -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Nov '23

Lower standard build-to-rent system to end in Dublin

New guidelines, the Sustainable Urban Housing: Design Standards for New Apartments 2023, have been issued to local authorities, stating the “standard for BTR development is now the same as those for -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Nov '23

Flow of Dublin office deals slows to a trickle as higher interest rates take hold

Tom Leahy, head of EMEA research at MSCI Real Assets: There is ample evidence that uncertainty in Europe’s office sector is impacting liquidity and pricing. European deal flow has never been lower, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Nov '23

Sherry FitzGerald’s income rises 11% but CastleGate sale costs deliver a loss

Sherry FitzGerald said it sold 8,600 homes last year with a capital value of €3.8 billion, of which 1,600 were new homes. That equated to an average of €441,860 per property. The group had a 14 -  Subscribe
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