A rollercoaster year for Ireland’s commercial investment market
Despite serious disruptions to business throughout the year and a looming Brexit, market observers remain upbeat about what’s in store for commercial property investment
As agents take stock of commercial investment activity so far this year, the outlook for the remainder of the year remains decidedly upbeat despite the second wave of short-circuit-style lockdown restrictions currently in place.
Investment market activity has largely followed a peaks and troughs, rollercoaster-like trajectory this year with a strong first quarter start, plummeting in Q2 with the sudden onslaught of Covid-19 creating a knee-jerk halt to proceedings, followed by a healthy return in...
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