Monday December 9, 2019

House-building boom steadies

Much has been said of late about the level of housing development in Ireland, with some concerns being expressed as to whether Ireland’s housing market is oversupplied.

26th May, 2007

Much has been said of late about the level of housing development in Ireland, with some concerns being expressed as to whether Ireland’s housing market is oversupplied.

There is no doubt that Ireland has enjoyed a very buoyant period of expansion in recent years, significantly ahead of our European counterparts.

In the past decade alone, we have effectively increased our housing stock by over 40 per cent, which is a significant achievement.

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