Investment market expects big deals despite uncertainty
Even without a new government in place, assets continue to be launched for sale, and demand remains strong, according to a new report
Activity has continued at pace in the Irish property investment market with a number of notable transactions completed in the opening months of the year, according to the latest CBRE bi-monthly report.
Despite fears about the effects of stamp duty, uncertainty about a new government and redemption requests by investors in unit-linked property funds, quite a number of deals have made it over the line.
Further evidence of this demand was also reflected in last...
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