Commercial: Brexit clarity gives industrial property market a boost in Q1
A new survey by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland says its members expect prime industrial rents to grow this year in Dublin and Leinster
Greater clarity on Brexit has helped Dublin’s industrial and logistics market get off to a busier than usual start of 2020.
Meanwhile, a survey by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland said that its members expect prime industrial rents will grow by 5 per cent this year in Dublin and Leinster, while those in Munster could rise by 10 per cent. They attribute this growth to the undersupply of suitably sized stock.
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