Thursday September 24, 2020

Investment 2020: cautiously buoyant

Domestic and overseas demand for property is still strong despite the pandemic and 2021 is on track to be even more buoyant, say experts

12th July, 2020
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As much as €3 billion worth of investment properties may change hands in Ireland this year. Picture: Getty

As much as €3 billion worth of investment properties may change hands in Ireland this year and this could rise to between €3 billiion and €4 billion next year. That is the view of Max Reilly, senior director at JLL’s capital markets division.

While Reilly points out that a number of ongoing transactions are due to sign shortly, he said that next year “is difficult to project at this stage as it is...

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