A positive year for vendors and landlords on the whole

The relaxation of mortgage rules will hopefully motivate increased supply

4th December, 2016
Spencer Dock in Dublin: an area dominated by investors

This year has been eventful globally but, despite a sluggish start, the Irish political and economic landscape has steadied and improved. The underlying and dominant feature of the residential market this year has been the much documented low stock of housing available that has continued to affect buyers and sellers. Both were strongly affected also by the Central Bank’s 2015 regulations on residential lending; we welcome the recent relaxation of these rules which we are...

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