New homes special: Ireland is buying off the plans again

There are signs of a recurrence of the Celtic Tiger phenomenon of buying property off the plans

29th January, 2017
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Parkside, Balgriffin, Dublin 13

It has taken almost a decade since the property market imploded for the new homes sector to begin its slow, phoenix-like emergence from the ashes of the downturn. But finally, it seems both builder and buyer confidence is back as evidenced in our two-page listing (pages 6 and 7) of more than 70 new homes launches planned for Dublin, the commuter belt and Cork between now and this summer.

“There will be a significant ramp up of new...

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