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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 20 Nov '17

Donnybrook Fair fights enforcement order

Upmarket food company Donnybrook Fair is to fight an order by Fingal County Council that it pull down an outdoor seating enclosure at its Malahide restaurant in Co Dublin. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Nov '17

Eilis O'Hanlon: The housing crisis is about people, not just prices

To afford to live in such a house, said couple must stretch themselves to the absolute limit financially. Pray tell, ESRI, is that "on the low side"? The institute's research is not in doubt here. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Nov '17

Oaktree on track to win race for The Square in Tallaght

Final bids for the 53,603sq m (577,500sq ft) centre were lodged on Tuesday of this week, according to sources. The Irish Times reported last month that Oaktree, acting through a vehicle called Target -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 17 Nov '17

Jim Power: Debate about a housing bubble is missing the point

Demand is being driven higher by solid fundamentals such as population growth, employment creation, an improvement in credit availability, and a basic improvement in confidence about Ireland’s futur -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Nov '17

Google lines up purchase of €170m Boland's Quay

While Google had been identified earlier this year as being one of number of parties interested in acquiring a part of the scheme known as Boland's Mills for an estimated €11m, the Irish Independent -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Nov '17

Limerick secures EU funds for multi-million euro office project

Yesterday, European Investment Bank (EIB) vice president Andrew McDowell signed an €85m loan contract for the scheme, and the separate Council of Europe Bank is to provide a matching loan. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Nov '17

Paul McNeive talks to Mark FitzGerald

"There is room to grow our 15pc residential market share, but I'm not transfixed by horizons. Further expansion in the UK is a possibility - Steven McKenna will lead the strategy," -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Nov '17

Fresh multi-million euro extension plans for Liffey Valley Shopping Centre

The fresh plans for the centre come just months after An Bord Pleanála blocked a proposed €150m expansion at Liffey Valley that would have included a 2,500-seater indoor ice arena. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Nov '17

Revealed: How much renters need to earn to afford one-bed flat in Dublin

The Expat City Ranking survey found nine out of 10 foreign workers in Dublin regard accommodation as unaffordable - double the global average. In Dublin, the Nestpick survey found that the average -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Nov '17

Windmill gain: Hibernia Reit may sell some of its property assets

Hibernia Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) may look at selling some of its properties to other investors should it get the right opportunities, according to chief executive Kevin Nowlan. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Nov '17

The Reit stuff: ‘Even at more than twice the price, filling offices is not a problem’

For Hibernia Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) chief executive, Kevin Nowlan, the opening of the Windmill Lane buildingwas at least as significant as a first album. “It’s our first development, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Nov '17

Glenveagh to develop 1,300 houses after buying 11 sites

In addition to the nine Project Kells sites, the company has acquired two sites in Balbriggan, Co Dublin. According to analyst Davy, the two sites were acquired at a cost of about €22 million and sh -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 Nov '17

A bubble? We just need more homes

Among the most prominent of those arguing that another bubble is coming is economist and author David McWilliams. On the face of it, one would have to be brave to bet against him. McWilliams argued a -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 Nov '17

Dunnes Stores ordered to pay €15.5m over tenancy deal

The receivers claimed the money is due under a 2010 settlement between Dunnes and Point Village Development Ltd (PVD) negotiated by Mr Crosbie before Nama appointed joint receivers over the company in -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 Nov '17

More difficult to buy a home now than in the 1980s

The paper, entitled 'A long-term assessment of Irish house price affordability', also says while housing affordability is "more favourable today" than at the height of the boom - and while affording a -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Nov '17

‘We watch reports of increasing house prices with horror’

The Irish Times asked readers to share their experiences. Are Irish house prices “quite affordable”, in their view? Below is a selection of the responses we received. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Nov '17

Hibernia Reit sees more Brexit-lettings as first-half profits surge

Hibernia noted that the Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe’s decision to treble stamp duty on commercial property deals from October would have reduced the value of its portfolio by €53.7 millio -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Nov '17

‘Vulture-like’ landlords criticised for exploiting tenants

Cork auctioneer, Andrew Moore: An “insatiable appetite” for higher rents by vulture-like landlords is leaving tenants open to exploitation in a “completely broken market”. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Nov '17

Eoghan Murphy disputes Daft.ie report claiming ‘11.2% rent increase’

The Minister said the website measured asking prices which tended to be higher than the rents actually being paid by tenants. “The low number of properties being advertised on Daft.ie means that th -  Subscribe
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