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The Inquisitor

Nama needs to redo its sums as estimations run short

20th February, 2010

Commercial property values are showing some signs of recovery in Britain. That spells good news for the prospects of Nama getting some of its money back on assets it buys there. Unfortunately, they continue to head south on this side of the Irish Sea.

Capital values in Ireland fell by 25.6 per cent last year but with just a 4 per cent drop in the last quarter of the year, according to property consultants Jones Lang LaSalle.


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