Thursday July 2, 2020

Money Talks: Reality check for naysayers

Rarely a week goes by without tales of doom and gloom in the property market.

2nd June, 2007

Rarely a week goes by without tales of doom and gloom in the property market.

It appears that we’re now on the verge of the property slump that experts have been predicting for the last four years.

In May 2003, the Economist magazine predicted that Irish house prices would collapse by 20 per cent by 2007. However, it wasn’t until last March that house prices began to fall and even then, the drop...

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