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New home sales are up by 30 per cent on 2017, but problems remain and it is clear we lack cohesive strategy

9th December, 2018

This has been a year of many aspects. January began with buoyant expectations for a strong year of sales, but the over-riding theme has been one of stability. The Irish economy continues to outperform our European neighbours in terms of increased employment and disposable income levels, which is expected to fuel continued demand.

New home sale completions in Dublin were up 30 per cent to the end of quarter three, but it is naturally taking...

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