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Investors attracted by French yields

Traditionally the bulk of Irish overseas buyers have headed to Britain, but we believe that the British market may take a little more of a backseat than has been the case over the last five years due to lack of supply and intense competition.

1st April, 2006

Traditionally the bulk of Irish overseas buyers have headed to Britain, but we believe that the British market may take a little more of a backseat than has been the case over the last five years due to lack of supply and intense competition.

Also, the combined forces of reduced yields, coupled with British interest rates being higher than Euro Interbank Offered Rates (Euribor) makes acquisition on a rational basis a challenging prospect.

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