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Irish overseas buyers ‘too eager to rush in’

Irish people buying property overseas are too eager to sign on the dotted lines and hand over their money to developers and estate agents without doing their homework or seeking legal advice, according to a Dublin solicitor who acts for a number of i

8th July, 2006

Irish people buying property overseas are too eager to sign on the dotted lines and hand over their money to developers and estate agents without doing their homework or seeking legal advice, according to a Dublin solicitor who acts for a number of individuals and companies buying homes abroad.

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