Friday October 30, 2020

Property Pulse: Perpetual swings and roundabouts

The problems plaguing the construction sector remain worryingly the same, warns Tina-Marie O'Neill

29th July, 2017
Pic: Getty

This week felt like an exercise in joining the headline dots to make a full, but sad little circle when it came to the property market.

The week ended with lead stories about the demise of the nuclear family unit as we know it as the latest Census figures show that only 31 per cent of Ireland’s 1.7 million households comprise a married couple with children.

One of the factors disrupting the traditional lifestyle order...

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