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Commercial property a ‘best performer’ for 2014

Marie Hunt: key 2014 investment trends included a focus on the retail sector, as well as new areas like student housing and block residential

13th December, 2014

Nowhere was the recovery in the Irish commercial property market more evident in 2014 than in the investment sector of the market. As deleveraging activity continued in earnest and some vendors increased the size of asset and loan portfolios being released, a phenomenal increase in investment transaction volumes was recorded during 2014. There was also a very strong recovery in values in prime locations fuelled by rental growth and yield movements over the course of...

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