Southside to get slice of stamp duty action

The approval of the stamp duty bill may open up options to first-time buyers and improve the outlook for those hoping to afford a property in the pricey southside suburbs, writes Michelle Devane.

23rd June, 2007

The approval of the stamp duty bill may open up options to first-time buyers and improve the outlook for those hoping to afford a property in the pricey southside suburbs, writes Michelle Devane.

The south Dublin property market has been thriving for the last decade, re cording the strongest growth in the country and consequently making it one of the most difficult areas for first-time buyers to get their foot on the ladder.

The approval...

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