Investors selling off foreign properties

An increasing number of Irish people who bought foreign property during the boom are exiting the international market, according to property firm Extra Sales.

18th May, 2013

An increasing number of Irish people who bought foreign property during the boom are exiting the international market, according to property firm Extra Sales.

According to the company, which specialises in selling Irish-owned foreign real estate internationally, there has been a massive increase in sales this year. The firm expects to reach 360 sales by the end of the year, up from 196 last year.

The type of properties sold by the firm include holiday villas and...

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