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Strong demand for commercial property assets of high quality

An exceptional volume of transactions shows that investors are buying into the recovery, writes Aoife Brennan.

12th October, 2014
Westin Hotel in Dublin city centre

Demand for quality assets remains strong from domestic and foreign investors, largely due to Ireland’s improving economic position and strong rental growth forecasts. Demand for retail product has increased, evidenced by the significant interest recently shown in the Acorn Portfolio, which comprised shopping centres in Cork, Clonmel and Balbriggan. A greater volume of retail assets is coming to the market.

A notable feature of the market in the year to date has been...

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