Recent News Articles on Ireland
Irish Construction Projects Jump 300pc But Its Not Enough
In the first nine months of 2014, €1.47bn worth of multi-unit residential projects have been launched – a 300% jump on the year before - but it's not enough.
Rents Rise Across Ireland in Third Quarter
Housing rents are now more expensive than this time last year in every county in Ireland.
European Cities that Experienced The Boom Are No Better
From demolished estates in Dublin to the unused Ciudad Real airport, European boom cities have much to recover from.
Things Can Only Get Better for the Property Market in Ireland
The commercial real estate market in Ireland, which was largely responsible for the nation’s plunge into financial turmoil following the collapse of prices in 2009, is finally set for recovery.
Recovering European Property Markets Attracting International Investment
Some of the major property markets across Europe are luring foreign investors as the battle for prime real estate becomes increasingly serious by the day.
Irelands Property Market Struggles Upward
Residential property prices in Ireland rose by 0.3% in May and have now risen above last year’s levels. The monthly rise in May compares with a rise of 0.8% in April, and is slightly higher than the 0.2% rinse in May of 2012.
Overseas Property on the Way Up According to Knight Frank Index
That’s the message from new research by Knight Frank, whose global house price index report reveals that average house prices worldwide rose by 6.6% in the year to March 2013.
Ireland Hopes to Exit Bailout This Year
Ireland’s debt chief said on Thursday that the country should be able to exit its bailout this year. John Corrigan said the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) would probably launch a syndicated issue of longer-term debt before resuming regular sc
Strong Investor Demand Signals Bottom in Ireland or Vice Versa
The last round of pricing data shows an Irish housing market possibly stabilising, but it seems investors have already made up their mind if the latest distressed property auction is anything to go by
Irelands Property Market Begins to Rebound
Ireland was among the hardest hit countries in Europe after the worldwide financial crisis began in 2008. But are things changing now?
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