We have to train 110,000 workers to deliver the houses and infrastructure we need. But how?
Many property buyers at some point have probably suspected that there might be a ‘phantom bidder’
We could solve our housing crisis if we are willing to stomach some trade-offs
Historically, Dublin has benefited from adverse events in Britain. Brexit may be no different, as house prices look set to rise even further if jobs are relocated here
Ireland's just had its knuckles rapped by the European Union for its use of rent control in pressure zones
The construction industry lacks a trained labour force of sufficient size to execute the required strategies
For all the complaining and emotive language surrounding vultures, they are more helpful to those in arrears than the banks
Free money is always worth looking into, but the ‘time value of money’ must be taken into consideration first