Property market proves it has stamina in 2016

The number of big deals being done reflects the strength of demand for Irish commercial property

4th December, 2016
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Blanchardstown Shopping Centre: purchased for €950 million

This year looks set to be the second best ever in terms of the value of investment property sales with experts forecasting that it could exceed last year’s €3.77 billion and may even reach €4.1 billion, making it second only to the record of €4.5 billion set in 2014.

As we went to press, about €1 billion worth of deals were agreed and waiting to close reflecting the strength of demand among international and...

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