Tuesday December 1, 2020

Irish emigrants can’t escape property woes

Irish people forced to leave the country are finding themselves faced with fresh problems as they try to sell or rent their properties

21st May, 2011

Irish people forced to leave the country are finding themselves faced with fresh problems as they try to sell or rent their properties

It’s an uncomfortable reality that thousands of Irish people are moving abroad, unfortunately emigrating out of necessity rather than choice. The recession is forcing people away from the country, replicating patterns of the past that we believed were long over. One of the several hardships that those emigrating have to face is...

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