Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Luxury Anglesea Road residence attracts more than €1m at auction

Luxury Anglesea Road residence attracts more than €1m at auction

Sherry FitzGerald had been guiding €1.1 million prior to auction

Golfing property comes to the fore

Golfing property comes to the fore

With €26m over the last nine months golf sales on the rise

Demand strong for property in Temple Bar

Demand strong for property in Temple Bar

With hotels changing hands, rents holding up and net yields on the rise, things are hopping in Dublin’s entertainment hub

Double-digit yields for Dublin investors

Double-digit yields for Dublin investors

With residential rents rising faster than house prices, there are signs buyers are looking beyond capital gains

Small slippage for Dublin rents in Euro rankings

Small slippage for Dublin rents in Euro rankings

The capital’s high street retail properties are now the fifth most expensive to buy in Europe

Dublin appealing to European investors

Dublin appealing to European investors

Ireland offers longer commercial leases than most continental markets - and terms tend to be more favourable

Office market booming at Sandyford Business District

Office market booming at Sandyford Business District

Sandyford has attracted significant attention from institutional buyers

Reluctance to blame Brexit on market slowdown

Reluctance to blame Brexit on market slowdown

Sales of Irish investment property halved during the first quarter of the year

Industrial property market on the rise

Industrial property market on the rise

Irish warehouse and logistics properties outperform other sectors in first quarter

Making the most of cramped quarters

Making the most of cramped quarters

Soaring office rents mean space is at a premium for businesses – and that can put a squeeze on morale and productivity

Development site sales soar in the first quarter

Development site sales soar in the first quarter

Up to 34 deals, valued at €160 million, have been closed so far this year

The only way is up for Dublin house prices

The only way is up for Dublin house prices

The stock of homes available for sale has fallen considerably in all regional centres

First quarter office lettings up 62 per cent

First quarter office lettings up 62 per cent

Demand in Dublin city centre has rippled out beyond the core business district

Investment assets in urban centres the focus of private Allsop auction

Investment assets in urban centres the focus of private Allsop auction

Commercial opportunities go under the hammer at the RDS, alongside 195 general lots

Strong demand for office and retail

Strong demand for office and retail

Political uncertainty at home and overseas is proving a drag on other types of investments