Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Getting bang for your buck with buy-to-let

Getting bang for your buck with buy-to-let

Most of the areas with the lowest yields are those where properties attract the strongest competing bids between home buyers and investors

Towering strength: Dublin’s two-year commercial property growth spurt

Towering strength: Dublin’s two-year commercial property growth spurt

Analysis by Construction Information Services shows that 600,000 square metres of commercial property will be built in Dublin over the next two years

Market sees healthy demand for multi-family properties

Market sees healthy demand for multi-family properties

Best prices are likely for new multi-family developments, or ones which have undergone significant refurbishment

International players piling into Dublin student accommodation

International players piling into Dublin student accommodation

180,000 students need housing in Dublin every year

Allsop’s is looking to online for the future

Allsop’s is looking to online for the future

Slow start to commercial market this year, but 60 commercial assets and 120 homes are on offer in next month’s Allsop’s catalogue

In your own time, gentlemen, please

In your own time, gentlemen, please

As internet cafés become a thing of the past, gentlemen’s clubs are following the lead of numerous new businesses by offering co-working office space

Property market proves it has stamina in 2016

Property market proves it has stamina in 2016

The number of big deals being done reflects the strength of demand for Irish commercial property

€13m generated at auction last week

€13m generated at auction last week

Thomas Street property sold for more than its €2.15m guide price

Irish shopping centre rents among highest in Europe

Irish shopping centre rents among highest in Europe

At an average of €3,100 per square metre, Ireland's more expensive than even Paris

Fears of office market bubble unfounded

Fears of office market bubble unfounded

Normal market conditions are emerging after three years of recovery

Property developers homing in on the millennials

Property developers homing in on the millennials

A report on how 22 to 29-year-olds live shows that property developers and investors need to adapt their business strategies to cater for millennial needs

The tide is turning for buy-to-let investors

The tide is turning for buy-to-let investors

In contrast to the boom, Dublin rents are now increasing at a faster rate than house prices

The new Dublin development plan tries to answer the city’s call

The new Dublin development plan tries to answer the city’s call

It’s a big ask, but the new Dublin City Development Plan aims to help the council generate the 7,000 new units per year needed to meet demands

Nationwide property auctions generate €20 million in sales

Nationwide property auctions generate €20 million in sales

Allsop led the way, with its online auction realising €16m on 101 lots sold

Commercial units prove hot property at €3m sale

Commercial units prove hot property at €3m sale

High prices were achieved by some commercial properties at a recent Dublin auction