Munster winning as new homes market heads south

Cork and Limerick are primed for take-off with several large-scale launches this autumn, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

30th September, 2018
Kinsale Manor: the third phase of this scheme comprises 22 three-bed semis within walking distance of Kinsale village

With Dublin’s housing crisis continuing to make headlines, and corporations and multinationals turning their focus southward, Cork and Limerick’s new homes sector is primed for take-off.

A drip, drip approach is now making way for larger-scale launches, particularly in Cork city and its immediate suburbs, such as Blackrock, Ballincollig and Carrigrohane, and further afield in Kinsale.

That said, the new homes market is coming from an almost decimated base and has...

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