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Price plunge boost for holiday homes

Investor interest is returning to the Irish holiday home market, with buyers taking advantage of prices as low as €50,000.

1st June, 2014
Villa Verde, Sheen Falls, Kenmare, Co Kerry.

Investor interest is returning to the Irish holiday home market, with buyers taking advantage of prices as low as €50,000.

The Irish holiday home market suffered a hiding when the recession hit, with prices falling by at least 50 per cent from their 2007 peak.

Now, a small army of cash buyers and retirees are keen to take advantage of the more affordable market. “Agents can sell anything at the moment if the price is right,” said...

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