Marian Finnegan

Marian Finnegan

It’s time to give emotive language the bird

It’s time to give emotive language the bird

Calling PRS investors ‘cuckoos’ unfairly stigmatises a sector that is key to solving our housing crisis

An accommodation crisis that needs an appropriate response from the state

An accommodation crisis that needs an appropriate response from the state

Reducing the tax burden on private landlords should be the first step to address loss of properties in the rental sector

Sales of new and second-hand homes rise by 14 per cent

Sales of new and second-hand homes rise by 14 per cent

The latest available data from the Property Price Register (PPR) reveals that just over 54,000 se...

Dublin office market edges closer to 2007 peak

Dublin office market edges closer to 2007 peak

IT companies continue to dominate the office market, while the serviced office sector is beginning to grow

Retail sector wins out in another record high year

Retail sector wins out in another record high year

Investment in commercial property market is expected to exceed €4bn if Liffey Valley sale goes ahead before end of 2016

A crisis or a twist in the road to recovery?

A crisis or a twist in the road to recovery?

Comment: The housing market has endured a bumpy ride over the last decade, and the current lending rules may only prolong it

A market in need of resuscitation

A market in need of resuscitation

Why is it that, despite the demand for rental accommodation, the Irish property market remains unresponsive?

Irish housing market, where to from here?

Irish housing market, where to from here?

The regional property market is set to out perform Dublin in 2015

Market slowly coming back

Market slowly coming back

The Dublin office market is recovering, but the vacancy rate remains stubbornly high, writes Marian Finnegan.

Surveys do little to reassure uncertain home buyers

Surveys do little to reassure uncertain home buyers

It has been another confusing week for house price statistics, writes Marian Finnegan of Sherry FitzGerald.

A1 office space in demand in Dublin

A1 office space in demand in Dublin

The Dublin office market is being driven by a demand for a very particular type of building, writes Marian Finnegan.

When will the property recession end?

When will the property recession end?

After six years of a recessionary property market, Marian Finnegan of Sherry FitzGerald asks where things might go from here.

House-building boom steadies

House-building boom steadies

Much has been said of late about the level of housing development in Ireland, with some concerns being expressed as to whether Ireland’s housing market is oversupplied.

Strategic planning is the way forward

Strategic planning is the way forward

If the 90s was the decade of the office market, this is the decade of the retail property sector.

Demand strong in business districts

Demand strong in business districts

If there is one section of the property market that benefited from riding the crest of the Celtic Tiger wave only to suffer the slings and arrows of the global economic downturn, it is the office market.