Tuesday September 22, 2020

Land of opportunities?

Post-crash Ireland presents opportunities for property investors, but as property values rise, the market is changing, writes Naomi Powell.

22nd June, 2014
Dublin skyline:Lack of available property and rising prices could mean that investors move on to other markets.

The Marker Hotel and apartments complex, with its gleaming exterior and contemporary design, has long been a centerpiece of Dublin’s buzzing, tech-saturated docklands area.

It’s hip, it’s modern – and, as it turns out, it’s a very good investment.

The apartments alone sold for just over €50 million earlier this month, generating a stunning profit for Brehon Capital Partners and Midwest Holdings, who purchased the entire complex...

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