Investors stick with commercial property

The total return from Irish commercial investment property in 2004 is likely to be at least equal to, if not significantly more than, the outcome for 2003 at 12.7 per cent.

4th December, 2004

The total return from Irish commercial investment property in 2004 is likely to be at least equal to, if not significantly more than, the outcome for 2003 at 12.7 per cent.

The market is at an early stage of a recovery from the cyclical dip in 2002.

In fact, since the summer of this year there has been a discernible increase in interest in the Irish commercial property market. This has been for a number of reasons, including the...

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