Friday August 7, 2020

McWilliams: Ireland must avoid another property bubble

Demographics, supply and demand of property and income growth in the economy will determine the speed at which deals will be done

2nd October, 2016
A housing estate in Carlow

For the record, we are also moving from one area of south Dublin to another. Therefore, trends in the south Dublin market have been of acute personal, rather than professional, interest.

Luckily, we don’t have to move quickly, because it seems to me that things are taking a long time – both to buy and sell. This is a good thing, because what gets people into trouble – in any decision – is feeling that...

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