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
The only way is up for Dublin real estate
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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