Sunday July 12, 2020

Overall, the market is in a good place

Central Bank restrictions have worked but need to be eased, and foreign money is pouring in from ex-pats to buy high-end Dublin property and holiday homes

6th December, 2015
Brandywyne House, Rathmichael Haven in Rathmichael, sold for €1.885 million

Keith Lowe, chief executive of Douglas Newman Good, in conversation with Tina-Marie O'Neill

You have to take what happened in last year’s market as a backdrop to explaining the market’s performance this year. Last year, property prices increased by 23 per cent in Dublin, which was too sharp a rise to be something that could be deemed as normal. The reason for that was a rush of buyers looking to take advantage of...

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