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The squeeze is on for first-time buyers

The squeeze is on for first-time buyers

Editor’s note Tina-Marie O’Neill: Change may be afoot as the banks challenge the Central Bank’s new mortgage rules.

House of the week: A Georgian gem returned to splendour

House of the week: A Georgian gem returned to splendour

Exclusive new development in foothills of the Dublin Mountains

Exclusive new development in foothills of the Dublin Mountains

You always have wriggle room

You always have wriggle room

John O’Malley: Why trade up for extra space when you don’t always need planning permission to make room at home?

Aces high in art sale at Whyte’s

Aces high in art sale at Whyte’s

Events Calendar

Events Calendar

Object of Desire

Object of Desire

Auction results

Auction results

Forget Ikea: the interiors auctions are where it’s at

Forget Ikea: the interiors auctions are where it’s at

London sale for Emerald isle art

London sale for Emerald isle art

Centuries of art brought to book

Centuries of art brought to book

A hugely ambitious new publication, Art and Architecture of Ireland, spans 1,600 years in five volumes and presents the Irish arts in all their variety and splendour, writes Ros Drinkwater

Scentsations of winter

Scentsations of winter

Winter need not mean a bleak garden, given the variety of seasonal shrubs available

Karl Deeter Talking Finance: Throwing the baby out with the bathwater

Karl Deeter Talking Finance: Throwing the baby out with the bathwater

Margins made on interest rates here are about the only thing the banks have going for them. So why would AIB throw that away?

Carol Tallon Talking Property: The rise of the professional landlord

Carol Tallon Talking Property: The rise of the professional landlord

They're cash-rich and they make up a fifth of the buyers in the market – but who are these ‘professional landlords’, and how do they operate?

Auction action sees commercial come up trumps

Auction action sees commercial come up trumps

Buyers are hungry for commercial property, as top-end Dublin homes fail to sell, reports Donal Buckley