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Mount St and Rathfarnham properties for sale

Mount St and Rathfarnham properties for sale

Property agent Kelly Walsh has brought three commercial premises to the market in Dublin.

Cookstown surge epitomises growth in industrial sector

Cookstown surge epitomises growth in industrial sector

One area which has benefited from this revival is Cookstown Industrial Estate in Tallaght, Dublin 24, which has witnessed a significant take up of units by owner-occupiers.

Cornerstone Portfolio on offer for €115m

Cornerstone Portfolio on offer for €115m

Another collective victim of the Celtic Tiger era boom comes to market this week, in the form of six shopping centres in six counties across the country, under the guise of the Cornerstone Portfolio.

New energy efficient homes for Maynooth

New energy efficient homes for Maynooth

REA Coonan is handling the sale of a new phase of three-bedroom, semi-detached homes at Moyglare Hall, an established residential scheme in Maynooth, Co Kildare. Building of the homes, which span about 132.4 square metres over three levels, has recen

Sleek and chic in Dublin 4

Sleek and chic in Dublin 4

Luxurious three-bedroom terraced townhouses have just come on the market in Ballsbridge, costing from €1.25 million, writes Kerry O’Donoghue

Dip in and cash out: a new type of pension pot

Dip in and cash out: a new type of pension pot

Karl Deeter Talking Finance: Changing the rules on when you can ‘cash in’ on your pension may encourage more of us to save more for later years

On the market

On the market

6 Sandycove Avenue West, Sandycove, Co Dublin

The rise and rise of the three-bed semi

The rise and rise of the three-bed semi

Editor’s note Tina-Marie O’Neill: Real Estate Alliance has conducted a national survey on the typical Irish home.

2021: Ireland's next property crash

2021: Ireland's next property crash

Ireland’s next economic crash is set for 2021, unless the right questions are asked and answers found to halt the country’s boom-bust cycle

Housing sector to continue slow climb out of doldrums

Housing sector to continue slow climb out of doldrums

Editor’s note: Research suggests that the housing sector will continue its climb out of the doldrums

QE: time to roll the property dice or cash in the chips?

QE: time to roll the property dice or cash in the chips?

While quantitative easing may lead to a rise in residential rents, it will mean good news for the retail investor as increased consumer spending improves yields

Strong sterling and good prices attract British buyers to rural property market

Strong sterling and good prices attract British buyers to rural property market

The challenge of building in Ireland's historical urban centres

The challenge of building in Ireland's historical urban centres

Urban planning: To move on, let’s build up

Urban planning: To move on, let’s build up

Peter Stafford Dublin is hamstrung by building height restrictions. Only if these are relaxed can the city build on its growing reputation as a European hub for start-ups and multinationals

Fine Arts: Events calendar

Fine Arts: Events calendar

What is going on in the world of Fine Arts