Wednesday June 3, 2020

Bargains emerging in Britain

The steady decline of sterling’s value against the euro, along with plummeting property prices and an increasing amount of vacancies, has seen canny investors entering the British market, writes Diarmaid Condon.

31st January, 2009

Britain has long been a favourite for Irish property investors. In fact , it has been so popular that there has been a tendency not to treat it as an overseas destination at all, such is the level of comfort exhibited by Irish investors there. This probably explains why Britain, of all markets worldwide, is still showing some signs of attracting Irish investors, despite the protracted economic downturn.

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