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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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© Business Post 23 May '22

Where it’s at: Do your homework on your new house’s location

What separates a house from a home is location. If you’re looking for a place to call home, serious research on your new location is worthwhile -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 May '22

Buyers can flip state-backed apartments and keep profits

A clause in the new €450 million state subsidy plan for developers will allow people who purchase apartments through the scheme to pocket as much as 80 per cent of any profit from a quick resale if -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 May '22

Tax on estimated 137,000 vacant homes to be recommended by Oireachtas committee

The report from the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Housing has said the Government should consider increasing the proposed zoned land tax beyond 3 per cent, “particularly given the current inflationa -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 May '22

Mark Keenan: If I were a young buyer I would buy a country town pub to get on the housing ladder

The bigger picture is crazy.In fact, my 25-year-old earning €650 per week with a deposit saved, would today end up being completely priced out of Dublin altogether, for both rental and purchase, on -  Subscribe
© Business Post 15 May '22

Combined incomes of €100,000-plus required to buy Croí Cónaithe apartments

Last week, the government launched the €450 million Croí Cónaithe scheme, which will provide developers with subsidies of between €25,000 and €144,000 per unit to help subsidise the cost of bu -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 May '22

Flooding will threaten more than 8,500 Dublin buildings, climate summit hears

Globally, physical assets worth $2.5 trillion were already at risk from climate change, the summit was told, while economic losses associated with climate change are expected to rise to $23 trillion b -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 12 May '22

"Low supply is creating low supply": Owen Reilly talks to Pat Kenny about the Dublin market

Homes routinely going for 1 million + in the capital Has Dublin become the city of the million euro home? To discuss further Pat spoke to Owen Reilly Dublin-based estate agent. Listen and subscribe -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 09 May '22

Revealed: How many affordable homes will be built in each county a year

Architect and housing policy analyst Mel Reynolds said the homes will probably instead be sourced from “the private sector and subsidised, rather than built on state land and sold to purchasers”. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Apr '22

Spiralling prices mean Dublin is seeing rush of homes selling for €1m

An Irish Independent study has revealed a startling 30pc increase in the number of €1m-plus homes selling in Dublin over the space of just 12 months. Nationwide, there has been a 10pc hike in the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Apr '22

Lioncor to secure €92m from sale of Bray new homes scheme at Kilruddery Glen on Southern Cross Road

Although the proposed price tag equates to an approximate average of €442,307 per unit, the development will have a mix of housing types. Due for completion towards the end of this year, the scheme -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Apr '22

Private sector developers delivered 80% of social housing units last year

They show a total of 5,142 new social homes were delivered in 2021, significantly fewer than the Government’s original 9,500 target. The below-target performance was blamed on the disruption caused -  Subscribe
© Business Post 19 Apr '22

Mica blocks problem may be far more widespread than feared

The state’s redress scheme for properties built with mica blocks may have to be extended to new counties, with a review finding that the problem may be far more widespread than originally feared, th -  Subscribe
© Business Post 18 Apr '22

Nama land sales to speculators sowed seeds of current housing crisis, new report claims

The report, which was compiled by Tasc, the social change think tank, assessed how the supply of housing in Ireland has been affected by land speculation. The amount of land sold to speculators who ha -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Apr '22

Disturbing disparity in social housing prices at Dundrum projects

Three-bedroom apartments and houses will range in cost from €440,163 to €564,918. The cost for a two-bedroom units would be €438,194 or €387,579 depending on size. The cost for the studio unit -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Apr '22

Rising cost of living hits Irish would-be homebuyers

Over half of prospective Irish home buyers say that the current soaring cost of living is negatively affecting their ability to purchase a property, according to a new MyHome.ie survey. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 31 Mar '22

Brexit relocations fall, but Dublin top choice: EY

The capital remains the most popular destination for the establishment of new EU offices, with 36 financial services firms announcing intentions to relocate UK operations there -  Subscribe
© Business Post 28 Mar '22

Conveyancing reform will lead to faster property transactions

Amid discussions about stimulating supply to meet the housing crisis, and necessary planning reform, rumblings continue about the property transaction timeline. It is estimated that in Ireland the ave -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Mar '22

Long-term rent controls ‘may drive down supply of housing’

Professor Michelle Norris has warned that measures to address housing affordability, such as rent subsidies or grants for first-time buyers, may also have “unintended consequences” which may raise -  Subscribe
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