Monday July 6, 2020

Reluctance to blame Brexit on market slowdown

Sales of Irish investment property halved during the first quarter of the year

8th May, 2016
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Blanchardstown Shopping Centre

Is the stasis that has becalmed the Irish residential property market about to ripple over into the commercial property market, or is the market just pausing for a breather after the hectic growth seen in recent years?

Unlike the current stagnation in the residential market, the Central Bank can’t be blamed by commercial market pundits. To be fair to the pundits, they are reluctant to follow their UK counterparts and blame Brexit for the market...

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