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Prime property yields rock-solid for 2019

Agent Cushman & Wakefield reports a positive outlook for next four years, though Dublin yields are predicted to soften from 2020 on

3rd March, 2019
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Fitzpatricks shoe store on Grafton Street in Dublin is quoting a rent of €510,000

The outlook for key sectors of Ireland’s commercial property market looks positive over the next four years, although prime Dublin office and retail yields are expected to soften from 2020 onwards. These are among the forecasts in the Irish Commercial Property Prime Rents and Yields Monitor, Outlook 2019 published by agents Cushman & Wakefield.

“Prime property yields in the core sectors are forecast to hold stable in 2019 and for some part of 2020. However,...

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