Lease-options give Glenbeg a boost

Despite the unseasonable flurry of activity reported by many auctioneers around the country at the tail-end of 2007, there is little evidence to suggest that this year will continue in the same positive vein. With the Irish property market still very

19th January, 2008

Despite the unseasonable flurry of activity reported by many auctioneers around the country at the tail-end of 2007, there is little evidence to suggest that this year will continue in the same positive vein. With the Irish property market still very much in a moribund state, agents and developers alike are scanning the horizon for something positive to appear.

One Cork building firm, Glenbeg Developments, has set its sights on an idea which it believes could...

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