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Investor interest shows no signs of cooling as sales to hit €3bn mark

There have been several big-ticket deals done since the start of July, writes Donal Buckley

2nd September, 2018
City Point building in Galway, which sold for €22 million

The autumn selling season, which kicked off last week, is expected to lead to more than €1 billion of investment properties being brought to the market before the end of this year. Marie Hunt, director at CBRE Ireland, now expects the market could see more than €3 billion-worth of properties sold before the year-end.

“That is higher than we were expecting at the start of the year,” said Hunt.

If the €3 billion...

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