Trophy property buyers should be protected

Irish investors who have acquired trophy assets in prime locations are better placed to weather the slowdown in the commercial property market, according to a new report from CB Richard Ellis.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
14th June, 2008

Irish investors who have acquired trophy assets in prime locations are better placed to weather the slowdown in the commercial property market, according to a new report from CB Richard Ellis.

While the study confirmed the slowdown in the market, with investment volumes down from €58 billion in the final quarter of last year to €37 billion in the first quarter of 2008, it also found that there are now a good number of cash-rich...

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