Investors are back in the market, hungry for bargains

The new investors are cash buyers snapping up semis, canny farmers and Reits stakeholders, writes Carol Tallon.

20th October, 2013

It would appear that property investing is back in vogue. Although in truth, it never really went out of fashion, rather, we could not talk about it. But, following this week's broadly positive budget announcements, the floodgates have opened for investors once again. Minister Noonan held up the proverbial white flag to would-be buyers across each spectrum of the market. It is time to start again.

Investors were already keen to take advantage of the...

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