Is the lure of overseas property returning?

Next month will see the first overseas property show to be held in years in the RDS Dublin

30th April, 2017
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The mention of buying property overseas, particularly with our recent economic boom/bust history, might feel like coming off the blocks a bit too early. Yet anecdotal evidence from a number of overseas-based agents suggests that interest from Irish buyers is warming up. There is an enormous cohort of Irish property owners and investors who are not first-time buyers, who have money earning little on deposit in banks and who are looking for an alternative.


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