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Causes for optimism for 2012

While the investment property market may be in the doldrums, but there are some causes for optimism for 2012 The Irish property market has been incredibly unpredictable over the last decade, with tim

30th October, 2011
Brendan McDonagh, chief executive of Nama: the agency is expected to be a big seller next year Photo: Tony o'Shea

While the investment property market may be in the doldrums, but there are some causes for optimism for 2012

The Irish property market has been incredibly unpredictable over the last decade, with times of real highs and prosperity, but equally with phases of bleakness and complete disarray.

Following a period of deep recession which not only saw property markets but the entire national economy crashing to desperate levels, Ireland has shown resilience throughout 2011 with emerging...

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