Wednesday October 21, 2020

An enduring Irish love affair

People still believe in property as an investment, despite the recent memory of the catastrophic crash

15th October, 2017

Despite the calamitous collapse in the property market from 2008 to 2010, Irish people retain a remarkable level of faith and confidence in bricks and mortar as an investment.

Recent research carried out by, on behalf of iCubed, revealed that property remains a firm favourite among Irish investors despite the crash. When asked what they would do with a lump sum to invest, property emerged as the top-ranked choice.

While Irish people’s enduring attachment to...

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