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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 20 Feb '19

Do you recognise this website?

If you don't recongise this website, you might be missing out:M.PROPERTYWEEK.ie (with an M. before the usual propertyweek.ie) is designed especially for when you are out and about & need to check -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Feb '19

Social housing price caps need to be dropped for docklands

Tony Flynn of Dublin City Council: “In relation to Dublin 2, 4, 6 and 8 a special case needs to be made for the provision of social housing. “Based on the current caps that are there it is proving -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 07 Feb '19

Should Big Tech start providing homes in Dublin?

This begs two questions: why do they have to be crammed into the city centre in the first place, and should they be asked to contribute directly to building affordable housing in areas where their sta -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 06 Feb '19

No social homes in Kennedy Wilson’s Capital Dock on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay

Labour senator Kevin Humphreys: “This is a form of social cleansing – denying young families the opportunity to live in their local area and ensuring only extremely high earners can live in the do -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Feb '19

Don't expect affordable housing in city spots, says council official

Dublin City Council’s head of housing Brendan Kenny: "The idea that people are expecting to buy affordable housing in Ranelagh or Rathmines, or even Sean McDermot Street – it’s not on." -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Jan '19

Tax breaks plan to help over-55s downsize homes

James Reilly will table a motion in the Seanad this week calling for a raft of new measures including ring-fenced funding, changes to inheritance tax and exemptions from property tax for so-called 'be -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Jan '19

How can I tell if a house I am buying has a pyrite problem?

Andrew O’Gorman: A damage condition rating system is in place and categorises damage across three categories: none, minor or significant. Applicants under the Pyrite Remediation Scheme must satisfy -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Jan '19

Dunnes wins stay to keep closed store off vacant site register

The court granted Dunnes Stores (Limerick) Ltd and Dunnes Stores Unlimited Company a stay on Bord Pleanála's determination of an appeal of the council's decision to place the property on the Vacant S -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Jan '19

Firm to rent homes back to families hit by debts

Arizun is offering to buy their homes, write off their debts, clear their mortgages and rent the homes back to them. Arizun boss John McDaniel said the majority of homeowners in arrears do not qualify -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 02 Jan '19

Dublin housing market faces more pressure from Brexit moves

More pressure could be put on Dublin's stretched housing market after a number of major US banks warned staff whose roles are moving from London to other European cities because of Brexit that they wi -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Dec '18

New builds account for less than 8% of social homes

Figures released by the Department of Housing show just 601 were built across the Dublin region, the area of greatest social housing need. A total of 18,781 “additional housing solutions” have -  Subscribe
© Business Post 09 Dec '18

[Needs SBP sub] Summit finds hint of brighter future amid housing crisis

The consensus among ths Sunday Business Post property summit speakers is that the solution lies in increasing urban density - which means changing traditional mindsets -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Nov '18

We are told Irish houses are not over-priced. So how come they are unaffordable?

1. More people are hitting the affordability barrier 2. Unless house prices fall this means many will be unable to buy in Dublin 3. Cash remains a big factor in the market -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Nov '18

'Fast-track' flats won't be finished until late next year

The first "volumetric apartments" - built off-site, including fittings and finishes, and stacked on-site - will be installed on Bunratty Road in Coolock, north Dublin. Other sites where it is expec -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Nov '18

The way we buy and sell houses is about to change

From January 1st, 2019, the buying and selling of houses and other real estate will move to a pre-contract investigation of title (PCIT) system. All property title queries will be dealt with and resol -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Nov '18

Cash buyers snapping up cheaper homes is pushing up prices: Central Bank economist, Edward Gaffney

This means there is a limit on the ability of the Central Bank's lending rules to control property prices, a study by an economist has found. Cash buyers can represent up to half of all purchases o -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Nov '18

Majority of estate agents expect house prices to keep rising in 2019

Six out of 10 people working in the property sector expect the pace of house price increases to slow in the coming year, research by the Central Bank and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SC -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 07 Nov '18

ECB assesses house price outlook

“House prices have surpassed their pre-crisis peaks, while residential investment is still significantly below. The state of the euro area housing market is, so far, not characterised by generalised -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 06 Nov '18

Buying to rent popular among young

Consultant firm Linesight said within the 29% of Irish people now renting, two-thirds of that group were aged 25 and 44, one of the highest rates in the EU. With apartment living rising by almost 8 -  Subscribe
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