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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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© The Property Week 05 Oct '22

Irish Investment Market Spend Totals €1.8bn in Q3

CBRE Ireland today confirm that a total of €1.8 billion was invested into Irish commercial property in Q3 2022. This brings the total year-to-date spend in the Irish market to €4.9 billion, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Oct '22

RGRE, Henderson Park, and Westridge Real Estate vie for €120m Citi HQ

The US-headquartered bank’s proposed footprint equates to roughly 70 per cent of the 430,000sq ft of office accommodation RGRE intends to develop as part of the wider mixed-use scheme it is developi -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 04 Oct '22

DEAL: Irish Life generates €14m from selling trio of logistics units near Dublin Airport

Irish Life has sold three industrial properties at Airway’s Industrial Estate in north Dublin for €14m. That’s €3m more than the guide price of €11m. quoted by estate agents JLL when they br -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 04 Oct '22

Families ‘distressed’ as developer delays major housing project in Co Laois due to rising costs

Alder Residential has put the development of Millers Hill, a 79-home estate in Killenard, on hold until next March, citing the rising cost of construction materials, tight labour markets, a shortage o -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Oct '22

Ikea to invest €100m to build over 250 social homes in Dublin

The Ingka Group said it will treat the rental payments it collects as mortgage repayments. This will allow the transfer of all 150 homes to the local authorities at the end of the lease term at an est -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Oct '22

Savills say National Planning Framework will maintain Dublin housing shortage

In its Residential Land Supply Study 2022, published on Tuesday, Savills have concluded that elements of the framework, which was introduced in 2018, will impede “the roll-out of a residential housi -  Subscribe
© 03 Oct '22

Government quango meant to help build family homes financing 'cuckoo' fund

An Irish Mail on Sunday investigation has found that finance for the Urbeo homes was provided by the taxpayer via HBFI. According to contract and loan documents, the HBFI finance was provided on the b -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 03 Oct '22

Energy crisis adds €60,000 to price of best insulated homes – Mark Keenan

Homes with the highest A and B energy ratings, are now selling for 12pc more than lower-ranked properties around the country and fetching 16pc extra in Dublin. REA data shows the rate of house price i -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Oct '22 Housing market beginning to ‘cool off

“This supply is badly needed, as demand is still particularly strong. On, leads are up by 27 per cent and brochure views are up 15 per cent compared to this time last year,” said Joanne -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Oct '22

Controversial planning rules for build-to-rent apartments to be axed

“It’s clear from the number of BTR developments which have received planning permission but have not yet begun that the State needs to take action to ensure these developments are activated.” It -  Subscribe
© Business Post 02 Oct '22

The €1.7m starter home: How investment funds are inflating prices in Dublin suburbs

Mass purchasing of standard starter homes in Swords by a property investment vehicle has caused prices in the north county Dublin estate to spiral -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 01 Oct '22

CBRE appoints new chief operating officer, Meadhbh McClean

Meadhbh McClean has been promoted to CBRE Ireland’s chief operating officer and executive director for its advisory business, effective immediately. McClean previously served as head of the agenc -  Subscribe
© Business Post 01 Oct '22

New vacant homes tax will triple local property charges on empty houses

Government says new budget measure will help ‘ensure all viable housing stock is made available for use’ but an opposition politician has called it ‘too weak to be effective’ -  Subscribe
© 01 Oct '22

Landlord group 'shocked' at lack of supports as Donohoe says rent freeze won't work

THE IRISH PROPERTY Owners’ Association (IPOA) has said it is “shocked, disappointed and saddened” that no “meaningful” measures have been introduced in Budget 2023 to “prevent the exodus o -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 01 Oct '22

Finance Ireland doubles mortgage lending as broker channel grows in influence

Half of that business was in home loans and Finance Ireland now commands a 5.3pc market share, with a 13pc share of the growing broker channel, which now accounts for half of new mortgages written in -  Subscribe
© 29 Sep '22

Cost of building new homes to go up by as much as €3k due to concrete levy

A NEW 10% levy on concrete introduced in the Budget to help pay the redress for the mica scandal will mean it will mean an extra cost of at least €3,00 to build a typical home in Ireland, it was war -  Subscribe
© Business Post 29 Sep '22

Plan to axe leased social housing is under ‘review’

The plan to completely phase out leasing homes for social housing is still under review, despite a commitment from Micheál Martin to end the practice by 2025. The latest report from the Dublin Housin -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Sep '22

BPFI: Number of mortgage approvals to buy homes falls compared with 2021

Mortgage approvals data for August show a decline of more than 21 per cent in the number of buy-to-let approvals compared with 2021, while approvals for people moving house fell 5.4 per cent. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Sep '22

It takes 16 years’ pay to buy a home in Ireland, EU report finds

Irish homebuyers are second only to Malta, where it takes more than 20 years to save enough for a 100-square-metre apartment. According to the study, however, Irish house prices are technically “und -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Sep '22

Hugh Wallace: I am dumbfounded by the vagaries of Ireland’s planning system

Government plans fail to provide for a single, integrated planning entity capable of delivering their respective visions. This results in a repeated failure to identify national priorities and assets -  Subscribe
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