Thursday September 24, 2020

The only way is up for Dublin real estate

A new report shows the capital is still one of the lowest-ranked European cities for investment prospects, though there is hope of improvement, writes Michelle Devane.

4th March, 2012
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Brian Moran, chairman of the European Urban Regeneration Council, Urban Land Institute; Marie Hunt, head of research at CBRE; and Enda Faughnan, tax partner, PwC at the launch of the new report.

Dublin's property market has shown signs of a slight improvement, but the city remains one of the lowest-ranked in Europe for real estate investment prospects, according to a new report by Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI).

The report, called Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Europe, found the top five cities for real estate investment were Istanbul, Munich, Warsaw, Berlin and Stockholm.

Last year, Dublin was ranked the lowest of the 27...

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