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Developers and agents moving towards home office options

Nearly half of Irish professionals working from home say they have been using their dining or kitchen table

5th July, 2020
13 The Moorings in Marina Village in Greystones, Co Wicklow is for sale with an existing Shomera in the back garden

A relatively high proportion of Irish professionals who are working from home appear to need a more dedicated work space if they intend to continue doing so for a prolonged period.

This expectation has already encouraged some housing developers as well as other businesses to respond to the expected pick-up in demand for home office space.

According to a recent survey, as many as 47 per cent of Irish professionals working from home said they...

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