Strong euro opens Canada to investors

The strength of the euro against the US dollar has fuelled a flood of Irish investment in property on the far side of the Atlantic.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
15th October, 2005

The strength of the euro against the US dollar has fuelled a flood of Irish investment in property on the far side of the Atlantic.

But the euro is even stronger against the Canadian dollar, a fact which is prompting more and more Irish investors to consider a purchase there.

The Canadian property market has been performing well in recent times, although the pace of price inflation has begun to slow in some areas.

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