Monday November 30, 2020

Buyers' Special: Dublin

The economy is not deterring investors from snapping up good value properties in the capital, writes Tina Marie O'Neill.

14th April, 2012
Booterstown Wood, Booterstown Avenue, Co Dublin: one and two-bed apts from €195,000.

The Dublin property market is becoming increasingly active despite general economic woes and continued belt-tightening in terms of loans from banks. Although commentators suggest the market has not levelled off yet, owner-occupiers and investors are returning in search of value for money.

"We've noticed increased demand from owner-occupiers for new and second-hand two-bedroom apartments in good condition, close to good transport links and priced up to €250,000," said Ken MacDonald, managing director of Hooke &...

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