NAMA: budget to help Irish investment interest

The chief executive of the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA), Brendan McDonagh, welcomed measures dealing with the property market in the 2012 budget.

7th December, 2011
NAMA: budget to help Irish investment interest
NAMA headquarters

The chief executive of the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA), Brendan McDonagh, welcomed measures dealing with the property market in the 2012 budget.

"The budget contains a number of measures which will give greater certainty and greater support to Irish and international investors considering investing in Irish property," he said.

In particular, McDonagh welcomed the greater certainty that measures dealing with upward-only rent reviews would bring.

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