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Greg Kavanagh, the ‘Ronaldo’ of the property market, has a plan he believes can put the housing shortage to rights

7th October, 2018
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Greg Kavanagh wants the government to set up a tax incentive that would encourage people with second homes to trade in their old properties for a new buildFeargal Ward

He has taken Central Bank governors and housing ministers to task in the past for their measures affecting the housing market, and now he is letting his views be known ahead of Budget 2019.

Greg Kavanagh, the self-styled “Ronaldo” of the property market, has written to Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy and Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe among others in the Oireachtas with his vision to help fix the housing crisis.

He proposed that...

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