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Build to rent going from strength to strength

A series of bumper multi-unit residential deals are underlining the value of the sector - and not just in Dublin

2nd December, 2018
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Apartments at Brú na Sionna, Shannon, Co Clare

This month’s auctions offer a choice of multi-unit residential portfolios at a time when demand for such properties is making build to rent (BTR) one of the strongest sectors of Ireland’s investment market. Such strength is reflected in recent sales as well as the new developments aimed at the rental sector.

Among the most recent deals, BidX1 sold 13 apartments at Richmond Hall on Richmond Road in Fairview in Dublin 3...

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