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Strong demand for office and retail

Political uncertainty at home and overseas is proving a drag on other types of investments

10th April, 2016
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The Oval in Dublin 4

Estimates vary for the level of commercial investment property deals done during the first quarter of this year between €600 million and €735 million. Nonetheless, agents agree that there is continuing strong demand for core offices and prime retail properties.

Joan Henry, head of research at BNP Paribas Real Estate, takes the more conservative figure of €607 million on the basis of 70 deals that closed during the three months. Her counterpart at CBRE, Marie...

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