Tina-Marie O'Neill

Tina-Marie O'Neill

Tina Marie O'Neill was appointed Property Editor of The Sunday Business Post in 2014. O'Neill has worked with The Sunday Business Post since 2000, contributing to a variety of sections of the newspaper, including world news, general reporting and covering food for the Magazine. She has a Masters degree in Politics from UCD, and a diploma in interior design.‚Äč

Sallynoggin three-bed semi will interest first-time buyers

Sallynoggin three-bed semi will interest first-time buyers

First-time buyers will be interested in a three -bedroom semi off Pearse Street in Sallynoggin, Co Dublin, which has been completely refurbished by its current owners and comes to the market with an asking price of €545,000.

Apartments on sale at Castleknock scheme

Apartments on sale at Castleknock scheme

A new phase of apartments has gone on sale at Farmleigh Woods, a mixed residential scheme of 257 houses and apartments on White’s Road, beside the Phoenix Park and adjoining Farmleigh House in Dublin 15.

Adjoining Ballsbridge apartments on the market

Adjoining Ballsbridge apartments on the market

Numbers 149 and 150 Merrion Village are two interconnecting fourth-floor apartments in a well established and gated residential scheme in Ballsbridge.

Period house beside Boyne in Drogheda

Period house beside Boyne in Drogheda

A period home in a riverside setting in Drogheda, Co Louth has come to the market through O’Brien Collins Real Estate Alliance, which is seeking offers of €985,000.

All houses released at Abbyfield development

All houses released at Abbyfield development

Barrack Homes has released all 128 homes for sale at its latest residential scheme in Ballitore, Co Kildare.

Stepaside apartments will appeal to first-time buyers

Stepaside apartments will appeal to first-time buyers

Cork developer Fleming Construction has released 30 apartments for sale at its €150 million ParkView scheme in Stepaside, Co Dublin, through selling agent Hooke & MacDonald.

Final phase released in Ashbourne scheme

Final phase released in Ashbourne scheme

Woodgreen Developments has released the final phase of 12 two-bedroom apartments for sale at Segrave Square in Ashbourne, Co Meath.

Well kept Rathgar five-bed for €2.95m

Well kept Rathgar five-bed for €2.95m

This stunning detached family home in the heart of Rathgar in Dublin 6 comes to the market in show house condition and has an asking price of €2.95 million through selling agent Sherry FitzGerald.

High rise investment in the heart of Boston

High rise investment in the heart of Boston

Irish investors have traditionally been keen to invest in Boston, Massachusetts given the city’s established Irish presence and its property appreciation.

Large family homes in Waterford

Large family homes in Waterford

Sherry FitzGerald Reynolds is handling the sale of 51 three and four-bedroom homes at Railway Gardens, a scheme of houses next to the Old Station House in Lismore, Co Waterford.

Letterkenny housing scheme is ideal for families

Letterkenny housing scheme is ideal for families

Donegal developer GDC Ireland has launched its latest scheme of 21 detached family homes at Droim Ard Avenue on Ramelton Road in Letterkenny, Co Donegal.

Spacious Ashbourne homes from €335k

Spacious Ashbourne homes from €335k

The first phase of 35 three and four-bedroom townhouses and semi-detached homes have been launched for sale this weekend at Churchfields, Kealahill Homes’ scheme of 400 houses in Ashbourne, Co Meath.

Cooking with Italian flavour

Cooking with Italian flavour

Gourmands with a passion for Italian cuisine no longer have to travel to Italy to enjoy the benefits of authentic Italian fare, thanks to entrepreneurs Marco Giannantonio and Maurizio Mastroangelo.

Tallaght town centre apartments should attract first-time buyers

Tallaght town centre apartments should attract first-time buyers

Some 25 apartments are being launched onto the market this weekend at Arena, P Elliott & Co’s latest development beside the Tallaght Town Centre in west Dublin.

Investing in the renewable energy sector

Investing in the renewable energy sector

High oil prices, concerns about climate change, and government incentives for alternative energy have combined to raise awareness about renewable energy in Ireland in recent years.