Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Three property auctions result in sales of €31m

Three property auctions result in sales of €31m

BidX1’s second auction of the week proves the bumper showcase, generating €21 million in sales alone

It’s two for the money with Lone Star’s €5bn in Irish assets

It’s two for the money with Lone Star’s €5bn in Irish assets

Texas-based Lone Star is taking a twin-track approach to maximising returns from the extensive commercial and residential loan portfolios it acquired, writes Donal Buckley

Marlet gets green light for Dundrum apartments

Marlet gets green light for Dundrum apartments

Pat Crean's company is currently on site at six major Dublin developments, writes Donal Buckley

Irish buyers can enjoy thrill of the chase at seven major auctions

Irish buyers can enjoy thrill of the chase at seven major auctions

Properties from Dublin to the Burren and from Tipperary to Galway city will go under the hammer at seven live auctions over the next three weeks

Rebel county attracts rising interest

Rebel county attracts rising interest

Cork’s property market is drawing the attention of investors from home and abroad, writes Donal Buckley

BidX1 unveils 200 residential lots for sale

BidX1 unveils 200 residential lots for sale

The online auction successor to Allsop Ireland is selling off a tranche of properties with a combined value of more than €31 million

Dublin third highest for office rents

Dublin third highest for office rents

As the capital vies for post-Brexit financial services jobs, figures from Knight Frank show rents of €646 per square metre for the first half of the year, writes Donal Buckley

Hive of activity

Hive of activity

Exciting new developments are expected after the sale of a group of properties around Grafton Street

Quartet of sales each break €1m barrier at auction

Quartet of sales each break €1m barrier at auction

Last week saw four properties sell through auction for above the €1 million figure, with the to...

All eyes on Allsop’s online auction

All eyes on Allsop’s online auction

Deansgrange Road site in south Dublin is the most valuable lot ever at Allsop’s online auctions, with a guide price of between €4.75m and €5.25m

Aviva funds hits €305.5m with investors and pensions

Aviva funds hits €305.5m with investors and pensions

Aviva’s Irish property fund saw the value of its portfolio rise by 13 per cent in 2016, which is good news for Irish policy holders and investors who invested in the fund five years ago

A question of smart cities

A question of smart cities

Sandyford Business District is to drive Dublin’s bid to become a smart city, promising a future of decreased bottlenecks and increased protection against terrorism. However, there are other security and privacy issues to consider

From the ashes: Adamstown 2.0

From the ashes: Adamstown 2.0

A new lease of life for the Phoenix Park rail tunnel is a shot in the arm for west Dublin residential development

High yields expected at new Dublin Airport development

High yields expected at new Dublin Airport development

Rents of €370 per square metre are being quoted for the six-floor Dublin Airport Central office block

Residential and student projects boost construction

Residential and student projects boost construction

Some €1.4 billion worth of building projects moved on-site in the first three months of the year