New homes and old problems, but market picks up

A number of initiatives to help get things going on the residential front are paying off, Frank McSharry of Lisney tells Tina-Marie O'Neill

4th December, 2016

Demand has been there for new homes and there has been a lack of new developments hitting the market and a lack of residential sites with planning permission going on the market this year. And that has held things up.

However, there have been a number of initiatives to get things going and we are seeing early signs of momentum as a result of those: obviously the Rebuilding Ireland action plan – a number of...

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