The Brexit effect on Irish property

A new report, entitled Continental Drift, examines the positives and negatives

19th June, 2016
Opponents say a Brexit would spur a mass exodus of jobs from Britain to finance and tech hubs like Dublin and Paris Picture: Shutterstock

Now with the gap narrowing between the Leave and Remain sides, Britain voting to exit the European Union cannot be ruled out.

But what does that mean for the Irish market?

With three days to go before Britons go to the polls, commercial agent CBRE took a closer look at the positive and negative implications of the referendum on the property market if Brexit becomes a reality in a report entitled Continental Drift.

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