Tuesday October 20, 2020

Property market still a cause for concern

Marian Finnegan: Central Bank intervention on mortgage lending, lower than normal property transactions, and pressures on first-time buyers combine to make the direction of the market difficult to predict

13th December, 2014
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Between 2007 and 2012, the Irish real estate market endured what we now know was the worst property crash in the developed world in the post-war era.

In 2012, the market turned a corner. Initially, this was only evident in Dublin when prices started to rise – albeit very moderately – in the second quarter of the year. This stability continued into 2013, spreading to the regional and urban centres. By 2014 stability had morphed into rapid...

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