Stability returning slowly to Irish market

Anew report by property firm CB Richard Ellis (CBRE ) has found tentative signs of stability emerging in the Irish investment market. However, that transactional activity remains weak and it is likely to be the second half of this year before this si

2nd May, 2009

Anew report by property firm CB Richard Ellis (CBRE ) has found tentative signs of stability emerging in the Irish investment market. However, that transactional activity remains weak and it is likely to be the second half of this year before this situation improves.

The firm’s latest bi-monthly report shows that, following several months of virtually no transactional activity in the investment market, there is now some engagement between buyers and sellers, given the very significant...

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