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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 Irish Times 16 Dec '20

Supply will be biggest obstacle for private rented sector in 2021: Tim MacMahon of Knight Frank

Forward-funding deals which are driving the European PRS market could play a key role here where the sponsors on the land side are deemed to be institutionally-suitable counterparties. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Dec '20

The Top 10 commercial property deals of 2020

1. Cualanor apartment portfolio €200m 2. Bishop’s Square €182m 3. Fitzwilliam 28 €170m 4. Prestige apartment portfolio €145m 5. Baggot Plaza €141m 6. Blackwood Square apartment portfolio -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Dec '20

700 ex-Airbnb units added to rental market - Ires Reit

“We are very lucky, we are positioned mid-tier in the market, there has been more softening in the high-end in city centre,” Ms Sweeney said. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Dec '20

Industrial and logistics sector moves towards the top of the class: Kevin McHugh of Harvey

Unsurprisingly, prime warehouse rents have grown 5 per cent in the past 12 months and now range from €9.75 to €10.45 per sq ft. Given the level of demand and increased construction costs associate -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Dec '20

Too much room at the inn as hotel market feels full impact of Covid-19: Dan O'Connor of JLL

Ireland is a fractured market with over 80 per cent of its hotels under independent ownership. It is this part of the market, weakened by Covid-19, that the dominant players will target. And bank f -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

Some important lessons to take from the 2020 property market: Marie Hunt of CBRE

The downturn we experienced as a direct result of Covid-19, and the government’s response to it, was largely created by an inability to trade, as opposed to a liquidity crisis or an oversupply situa -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

Prepare for a guarded return to market ‘normality’ in 2021: Keith Lowe of DNG

The first lockdown confined many homeowners to their homes for nearly three months, which focused their minds in terms of their accommodation requirements, and many made the decision to move -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

The case for urban regions and the multi-family/PRS sectors: Donald MacDonald of Hooke & MacDonald

Human beings are generally social animals and the personal interaction that occurs in an office setting is hugely positive. As the months have gone on, many people have found the logistics of working -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

A property market changed, changed utterly: Barry McDonald of REA McDonald

Quality broadband and remote working possibilities replaced commuting strategy and location as the drivers of an extraordinary year which outperformed all expectations despite the Covid-19 crisis. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

Dublin office market hopeful for 2021: Pat FInucane of Colliers

Working from home is expected to continue well into next year, but estate agents are optimistic that the office will remain a favoured option for many employers and their workers -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

Demand for Dublin homes still outstripping supply: Aoife Brennan of Lisney

Despite the uncertainty caused by Covid-19, Dublin’s second-hand residential market proved remarkably resilient in 2020, with prices remaining steady -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

Coronavirus curse could be property market’s opportunity for change: TJ Cronin of SCSI

While Covid-19 has created massive challenges and huge uncertainty for property markets in Ireland and elsewhere, it has also generated opportunities for change. Will we grasp or spurn those opportuni -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

PRS and core offices dominate investment market in 2020: Jacqueline Fitzpatrick & Max Reilly of JLL

Despite the pandemic, year-end investment volumes could end up around €3 billion, as the buyer base is broad and from many countries -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

DEAL: 41 Parkgate Street, Dublin 8 site fetches €800k in IAM Sold online auction

The highest-value lot was a development site for nine apartments and an office at 41 Parkgate Street in Dublin 8, which was offered in partnership with Kelly Bradshaw Dalton, based in Drumcondra in Du -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

Cherrywood partnership sues Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council

Hines King Street has filed High Court proceedings against Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council over a dispute related to the funding of €57 million-worth of public infrastructure, the Business Po -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Dec '20

Player Wills development on South Circular Road being fast-tracked to An Bord Pleanála

International investment firms Hines and APG have submitted a fast-track planning application to An Bord Pleanála for Phase 2 of their Player Wills development on South Circular Road, Dublin 8. The d -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Dec '20

Pepper Ireland's buyer sees 'bright' future in bad loans

Link Group, the Australian-listed firm which is buying Pepper Ireland, has said the post-Covid non-performing loan (NPL) cycle across Europe means a "very bright" future for its enlarged business. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Dec '20

Fewer houses may be needed after Covid hit to immigration

Research from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) for the Department of Housing says Ireland may need to build as many as 33,000 new homes a year to meet demand. That is well above th -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Dec '20

Property values increase despite decline in completed home sales

Research by property website Daft.ie released today reveals the value of Ireland's residential housing stock increased in 2020, despite a significant drop in the number of transactions being completed -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Dec '20

Covid has a 'silver lining' for market

IPAV chief executive Pat Davitt said: "Buyers will be able to see a new horizon which is Covid-free." -  Subscribe
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