Sunday February 23, 2020

Investment property market at a crossroads

Demand for investment property has risen, yet the market remains volatile, writes Michele Jackson.

23rd June, 2012
Edward Square, Galway: guide price is in excess of €27 million.

This year has proved to be something of a turning point for the Irish investment property market - with some positive signs in demand in specific sectors.

Occupiers and investors have become increasingly discerning in terms of pricing the location and suitability of a property, and there is strong demand for certain properties. Investors are gravitating towards opportunities where the pitch and building are fit for purpose and poised for growth, as there is an...

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