Boardroom: Property implosion not so imminent

It was the year when property swept all before it. Forecasts of a slowdown in the property market were misplaced.

24th December, 2005

It was the year when property swept all before it. Forecasts of a slowdown in the property market were misplaced. The annual rate of growth may have slowed a bit, but prices still increased by over 6 per cent overall and much more in some sectors late this year. There was a sign of a price pick-up in autumn and credit continued to hit new records.

Irish investors continue on an unprecedented spending spree on property...

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