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When the medicine does more harm than good

When the medicine does more harm than good

The Central Bank’s lending cap will not open the door to first-time buyers, or stop property prices from rising

Beleaguered property sector fails to benefit from budget

Beleaguered property sector fails to benefit from budget

There were welcome announcements for the property sector, but no radical measures to tackle the housing shortage

Lord of the towers: ‘Abandon everything that makes you comfortable’

Lord of the towers: ‘Abandon everything that makes you comfortable’

Superstar architect Ole Scheeren's angular high-rise visions are coming to dominate the skylines of cities worldwide

Commercial Property briefs

Commercial Property briefs

Dalata pays €35.1 million for Clarion Hotel in Cork city

Dalata pays €35.1 million for Clarion Hotel in Cork city

Harold’s Cross service station on the market for €700,000

Harold’s Cross service station on the market for €700,000

Site is located on a busy commuter thoroughfare, one of the main routes for commuting in and out of west Dublin

Sligo’s Diamond Coast Hotel on the market for €3 million

Sligo’s Diamond Coast Hotel on the market for €3 million

Opened in 2005, the hotel is close to Enniscrone Golf Club and has 94 bedrooms

Imposing Victorian redbrick in D2 on market for €800k

Imposing Victorian redbrick in D2 on market for €800k

Refurb of the week

Embassy belt beauty in turnkey condition

Embassy belt beauty in turnkey condition

Reduced Price: from €3.25m to €2.95m

On The Market

On The Market

Lily Killeen rounds up the best homes currently on offer

The Cercis comes to town

The Cercis comes to town

As the evenings draw in, plants and trees can make your garden glow with spectacular autumn reds

Dawning of a beautiful era

Dawning of a beautiful era

From the early 1700s, homewares became more stylish, a fact celebrated in Mealy’s latest sale

REA Leinster auction sees 15 properties sold

REA Leinster auction sees 15 properties sold

Highest prices were achieved by two Dublin investment properties which are divided into flats

Nationwide parade of auctions on the way

Nationwide parade of auctions on the way

Total value of property lots going under the hammer in the next month is €53.5 million

Growing appetite for sale and leaseback options for property occupiers in Dublin

Growing appetite for sale and leaseback options for property occupiers in Dublin

With investor demand strong, potential exists for the government to raise plenty of cash through the sale and leaseback of some of its buildings