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Strong demand for ‘pre-63s’ for rental yield among international investors

Multi-unit houses that produce strong market rents are commanding the highest prices

9th February, 2020
7 Woodstock

International investment funds have upped the ante and brought an increased focus on rental yields to the market for multi-unit houses in Dublin.

Agent Coleman Connor of O’Connor Shannon said he was aware of about 15 international funds and other investors who have a strong demand for the types of Dublin houses that characterised private Irish residential landlords until the apartment boom of the 21st century.

He believes that some of these latest investors...

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