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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 30 Dec '23

A snapshot of house prices in five cities around the world and how they compare to Ireland

Five Irish Times foreign correspondents looked at house prices in their city, simply to get a glimpse of what house prices are like there, and if there are similar problems to the ones in Ireland. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 30 Dec '23

Charlie Weston’s personal finance predictions for 2024: Property prices to rise but mortgage rates to come down

It has been another tough year on the personal finance front. But there could be a little relief in the coming years. Here we set out what consumers can expect in 2024. The mortgage market was charac -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 30 Dec '23

First-time buyers are drawing down mortgages at a level not seen since the boom

The most recent Banking & Payment Federation Ireland report reveals that FTBs have been drawing down 470 mortgages, valued at €131m per week, since the start of the year. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Dec '23

A year of change – fast and slow – in unblocking the legal logjam in planning

The formal launch of the High Court’s Planning and Environment Court earlier this month was met with a chorus of rapturous statements from the Minister for Justice, the Attorney General, the High Co -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Dec '23

Tánaiste Micheál Martin says it will be ‘number of years’ before 40,000 homes per year built

“The pipeline is strong on social housing, strong on a number of fronts. But we have to keep on looking at ways to accelerate house building and that relates to capacity within the housing industry, -  Subscribe
© RTE 30 Dec '23

Second-hand home prices up 3.4% amid 'resilient demand' - Sherry Fitzgerald

Marian Finnegan: "While it is anticipated that house completions will average 31,000 this year, the preferred V-shaped recovery in supply has not materialised. Consequently, a significant supply defic -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 30 Dec '23

Paul Hannon of Sherry FitzGerald New Homes Munster: The housing crisis is not over

While progress is being made in implementing new policy measures, it is imperative to fine-tune the NPF (New Policy Framework) in line with the real-time Census data and strategically plan for our fut -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Dec '23

Richard Shakespeare appointed Dublin City Council chief executive

He held the position of assistant chief executive with responsibility for the Planning and Property Development Department and Culture, Recreation and Economic Services. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 20 Dec '23

Operating profits increase at Savills as firm benefits from post-covid bounce

New accounts filed by Savills Commercial (Ireland) Ltd show the business recorded the increase in operating profits as revenues rose by 12pc rising from €36.44m to €40.83m. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Dec '23

DEAL: Greencore signs for new headquarter offices at Dublin Airport Central

The Irish Times understands that Greencore has signed a 10-year lease and agreed to pay a rent of about €36 per sq ft, occupying 10,333sq ft on the fourth floor of Block Two, The Green, from early 2 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Dec '23

RTB Large Landlords Report

To date, they believe that it has been dominated by part-time or accidental landlords, that these smaller private landlords are leaving the market and that they will continue to do so, further contr -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 17 Dec '23

IMF warns housing targets would need to double to meet EU averages

The IMF said there are a range of issues contributing to the housing supply gap including; the complex and slow planning permission system, the constrained viability of high density housing, and the c -  Subscribe
© Business Post 17 Dec '23

Painful correction of €50bn commercial market could carry a silver lining

The re-pricing of assets that could knock 20 per cent off the value of the market might open up opportunities for investors once the dust settles -  Subscribe
© Business Post 17 Dec '23

John Coleman of Land Development Agency: We have 15,000 homes in the pipeline and more to come

We continue to explore other options and we intend to acquire privately owned sites if we believe they provide value for money. Earlier this year we sought expressions of interest from landowners w -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Dec '23

Council signs off on Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre redevelopment

The council has gave permission to DTDL Ltd, controlled by a fund operated by stockbroker and wealth manager Davy, after the applicants reduced the scale and massing of the scheme. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 17 Dec '23

Allow developers to convert Dublin offices into co-living units, says Grayling Properties boss

Peter Horgan argues that amending the rules on conversions could help developers deliver more residential accommodation in city centre The ban on co-living should be relaxed to allow empty offices to -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Dec '23

Dublin Airport operator submits planning application for big expansion

DAA’s application, which runs to more than 7,000 pages including some 700 drawings, is one of “significant scale and complexity”, the local authority said. It includes a proposal to expand the n -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Dec '23

DEAL: Former Leinster Leader property, 19 & 20 South Main Street, Naas sold for €1m – 54pc over its guide price

The property includes a three-storey office building extending to 5,705 sqft with a reception area, offices, canteen and boardroom; a residence extending to 1,906 sqft, known as the Manager’s House, -  Subscribe
© RTE 12 Dec '23

BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland Construction PMI: Construction activity falls for fifth month in a row

The survey found in Dublin's office market, developers have heeded the signals of rising vacancy and softening lease terms to turn off the supply tap. "Completions will fall by 25-30% this year, and t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Dec '23

Property investment in Dublin expected to tick up in first half of 2024

A new report by PwC and ULI, entitled Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe, has ranked Dublin 13th among a group of 30 European cities. Dublin has now held that position for each of the past three ye -  Subscribe
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