College costs fuel US interest in Irish property

The US market now accounts for more than 22 per cent of overseas enquiries to REA for Irish property

18th March, 2018
REA board members Eamonn Spratt, Anthony McGee, Eoin Dillon (chairman), Darina Collins and Des O’Shea at the Real Estate Alliance New York Property Show last week at the Fitzpatrick Hotel Grand Central

American interest in Irish property is on the rise, according to Real Estate Alliance, which held its third annual US Property Show in New York last week.

The US market now accounts for more than 22 per cent of overseas enquiries to REA for Irish property.

“Increased US wages and the lure of better opportunities for returning emigrants has seen US property buyers flocking to secure homes and investment properties in Ireland,” said REA chairman Eoin...

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