Thursday February 20, 2020

Brexit jitters and our parallel property universe

Dublin residential property price rises merely slow down, while London prices have fallen

17th February, 2019

There’s really no such thing as a slow week in property, certainly not in Ireland’s real estate-obsessed culture. Last week proved no different.

While global property markets have started to blanch at the potential Brexit fallout, (more of that anon), we continue to hum along in our own parallel property universe.

So, what happened last week? A high-profile couple not paying the mortgage on their Dublin home since 2010 brought attention...

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