Douglas Newman Good is quoting an advised minimum value of €1.4 million for 26 Rosmeen Gardens, a well-maintained 1930s home in Dun Laoghaire, which will be auctioned on March 15.
When Michael McDowell announced last week that the Progressive Democrats planned drastically to overhaul the stamp-duty regime if they returned to office after the general election, estate agents around the country must have shuddered with dismay.
Dublin City Council should adopt a policy of high density and high rise, according to the president of the Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCS), Conor Hogan.
This time last year, hundreds of buyers flocked to west Dublin to snap up the first units at Adamstown, the so-called ‘‘super town’’ in Lucan which will eventually contain almost 10,000 homes, a new railway station, four new schools and a host of ret
The third budget from Minister for Finance Brian Cowen may not have contained any concessions on stamp duty, but estate agents have taken some comfort from the fact that it has at least restored an air of certainty to the property market.