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Jim Power: The housing market's pent-up demand is bubbling over, with not enough supply to satisfy it. Policymakers need to address this as a matter of urgency

As a nation, we are preoccupied with property, particularly property of the residential variety.

29th June, 2014
Jim Power.

As a nation, we are preoccupied with property, particularly property of the residential variety. If one wants to grab some media coverage, some outrageous (or indeed, in many cases, inane) comment about the property market will tend to do the trick.

Over recent months, there has been considerable debate about what is now developing in the market, with the key question revolving around whether Dublin is or is not now displaying bubble-like characteristics.

A bubble...

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