Saturday February 29, 2020

Onwards and upwards

Real estate experts are predicting another strong and stable year in the Irish property market, despite supply constraints and geopolitical concerns

20th January, 2019
Dublin city skyline: the Irish market recorded almost €3.8 billion of investment in the commercial sector last year Picture: Getty

‘I have seen the future and it is very much like the present, only longer,” wrote the fictional Kehlog Albran in The Profit, a 1970s parody of Khalil Gibran’s book of poetry fables, The Prophet. While it’s never easy to predict what’s coming down the tracks, the spoof quip in The Profit resonates with the sentiment of most property agents at the moment in terms of what to expect in 2019....

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