Thursday August 6, 2020

Is Dublin commercial property about to peak?

The fundamentals might be sound, but most experts surveyed believe Dublin’s commercial market is too expensive

4th November, 2018

Dublin commercial property is considered to be pricy by a majority of property experts who responded to a recent survey by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. As many as 52 per cent consider Dublin property to be expensive and a further 10 per cent consider it to be very expensive. Only 34 per cent considered it to be fair value.

For the broader Irish commercial market, as many as 41 per cent of respondents said it was...

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