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Industrial property sector joins the party

Industrial property sector joins the party

Philip Harvey: An acute shortage of stock will push values higher in 2015

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

A little bit of what you fancy

A little bit of what you fancy

Commercial property a ‘best performer’ for 2014

Commercial property a ‘best performer’ for 2014

Marie Hunt: key 2014 investment trends included a focus on the retail sector, as well as new areas like student housing and block residential

On the market

On the market

Residential property on top of the world

Residential property on top of the world

Rena O’Kelly: The 15 per cent growth figure for Ireland masks differences in price trends between Dublin and the rest of Ireland

Big strides made in sale of houses and apartments

Big strides made in sale of houses and apartments

Donald MacDonald: It has been a satisfying year for Hooke & McDonald on various different fronts, in both the residential and commercial sectors

Something for all at Mealy’s Christmas sale

Something for all at Mealy’s Christmas sale

O’Driscoll’s offers a nude awakening

O’Driscoll’s offers a nude awakening

Beckett’s ‘Bones’ and a Joycean voice

Beckett’s ‘Bones’ and a Joycean voice

Dillon under Connemara’s lonely spell

Dillon under Connemara’s lonely spell

Keith Lowe: The market is recovering, but is still some way off from operating normally

Keith Lowe: The market is recovering, but is still some way off from operating normally

Significant sustained signs of recovery in the retail market

Significant sustained signs of recovery in the retail market

Jason Miller and Aiden McDonnell: Following a long decline, things are finally looking better for the retail property sector

Homeless crisis is wholly avoidable

Homeless crisis is wholly avoidable

Carol Tallon Talking Property If the state is not in a position to deliver a solution to the homeless, then it needs to get out of the way of the people who can

Property market still  a cause for concern

Property market still a cause for concern

Marian Finnegan: Central Bank intervention on mortgage lending, lower than normal property transactions, and pressures on first-time buyers combine to make the direction of the market difficult to predict