In the current market, only properties which agents feel have a unique selling point will be sold by auction this autumn.
Sunderland is considerably better known among the Irish public than it used to be thanks toNiall Quinn and Roy Keane, and now Sherry FitzGerald is marketing a scheme of apartments in the town to investors.
Fianna Fail’s u-turn on the reform of stamp duty, coupled with an increase in the number of properties selling under the hammer in Dublin last week, have given vendors and estate agents grounds for cautious optimism on the future of the property mark
A new phase of apartments have gone on sale at the €1.2 billion Belmayne development on the Malahide Road in north Dublin, backed up by one of the most talked-about advertising campaigns ever undertaken for a new housing scheme in Ireland.
The RTE programme hypothesising a collapse in property values may have triggered a debate about where the housing market is going, but the new president of the Irish Auctioneers and Valuers Institute (IAVI), is unequivocal in his opinion of it.
In the 13 years since the end of the apartheid era and the beginning of South Africa’s rehabilitation on the world stage, the country has attracted a significant number of overseas investors keen to snap up property at what seemed like bargain prices