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Housing boom ‘set to continue until 2010’

Ireland’s housing boom is set to continue for at least the remainder of the decade, an Irish academic has predicted.

11th February, 2006

Ireland’s housing boom is set to continue for at least the remainder of the decade, an Irish academic has predicted.

In a new study on the housing market, Dr Brian Lucey, a finance lecturer at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), said further strong growth in the Irish housing market was underpinned by four key factors: demand, demographics, culture and sociopolitical issues.

Lucey claimed that demand would continue to be supported by rising earnings, a...

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