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Double-digit yields for Dublin investors

With residential rents rising faster than house prices, there are signs buyers are looking beyond capital gains

22nd May, 2016

Residential investors can still achieve double-digit gross yields in a number of sectors of the Dublin and regional market despite recent increases in house prices.

With residential rents in the cities and Dublin commuter belt rising faster than house prices, investors who opt for these areas are enjoying stronger yields. This contrasts with the low interest rates available from bank deposits.

Admittedly the most attractive double-digit yields in the Irish market may be in areas...

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