Saturday August 8, 2020

Will retail pay off for investors?

Retail is fast becoming one of the biggest areas of investment focus in the market. But will this sector offer investors an increase in asset value in a relatively short period of time?

6th July, 2014
Mahon Point Shopping Centre in Cork.

From an investor standpoint, the steady recovery in the Irish economy, combined with ongoing deleveraging by Nama and the banks, continues to focus attention on key assets in the main occupier markets.

Dublin offices remain the sector of choice for investors. Strong jobs growth – particularly in the ICT and professional services sector – has driven genuine demand from office occupiers, resulting in a shortening of supply and real rental growth. As a result, capital...

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