Strong performance in Dublin’s office market

2016 was certainly a year of the unexpected

4th December, 2016

To say that 2016 has been a year of surprises is an understatement. The unexpected outcome of the Brexit referendum in June and, in turn, the US election result in November took the world by surprise. These seismic events will in due course change the direction of economies the world over, including Ireland and by default will have implications for the Irish property sector.

While Brexit will for the most part be negative for the Irish...

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