Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Dublin shopping centres expand offerings to cater to the tech-savvy

Dublin shopping centres expand offerings to cater to the tech-savvy

The latest reports find international retailers adding food and leisure facilities as well as experiential retailing. Donal Buckley reports

Bulls versus bears, and never the twain shall meet

Bulls versus bears, and never the twain shall meet

Industry opinion is deeply split over the ultimate value of the deals that were done in the Irish property market during 2017

Multi-family apartment deals play increasingly big role in the market

Multi-family apartment deals play increasingly big role in the market

A new report by agents Hooke & MacDonald shows the increasing demand among investors for apartment blocks

Ashbourne set for huge retail boost in 2018

Ashbourne set for huge retail boost in 2018

The Meath scheme already attracts 2.5 million shoppers annually

Detached Dartry des res on offer for €1.8m in BidX1 online auction

Detached Dartry des res on offer for €1.8m in BidX1 online auction

The price reflects a drop of €900,000 on the €2.7 million price tag in 2015

Sherry FitzGerald and the Varadkar factor

Sherry FitzGerald and the Varadkar factor

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is living in the same block as the auction apartment

Googleland office sells for €675k at auction

Googleland office sells for €675k at auction

The auctioneer reduced the guide price for the re-run from €725,000 to €675,000 for Eagle House, 14 Wentworth Street, Eblana Villas, Dublin 2

Why does it cost so much to build an apartment?

Why does it cost so much to build an apartment?

It could cost up to €578,000 to develop a city centre apartment, which would then sell for around €383,000

Dublin office rents still surging

Dublin office rents still surging

The capital’s commercial property market may not yet have reached its peak, as demand continues to keep pace with supply in prime areas

Kerry pile once seized from Dutch drug baron reduced to sell at auction

Kerry pile once seized from Dutch drug baron reduced to sell at auction

The Criminal Assets Bureau seized it in the year 2000 from Dutch drug dealer Jan Hendrik Ijpelaar

Owners and tenants need to play their part in maintaining green building standards

Owners and tenants need to play their part in maintaining green building standards

Maintaining the standards of energy efficient buildings requires collaboration between owners and tenants, writes Donal Buckley

Funders flock to back new home schemes

Funders flock to back new home schemes

There is some criticism of high interest rates charged by alternative funders, but interest in the sector is definitely heating up

Dublin and Leinster properties make €18.6m at auction

Dublin and Leinster properties make €18.6m at auction

Sherry FitzGerald’s catalogue on Thursday saw ten of its 12 lots sold with combined values of €4.9 million

Lots worth €56m on offer at BidX1 online auctions

Lots worth €56m on offer at BidX1 online auctions

A south Dublin development site in Rathfarnham guiding at €2.75m is among the most valuable lots

Trebling of stamp duty is quick to take effect

Trebling of stamp duty is quick to take effect

The move, introduced in the budget five days ago, is taking a toll on vendors who couldn’t shift their properties earlier in the year, writes Donal Buckley