Data indicates a flourishing property marketplace

Demand for Irish property is as robust as ever, writes Claire Solon, head of property, Friends First

15th July, 2018
Claire Solon, head of property, Friends First

The Irish property market continues to perform well, with strong investment demand and occupier activity buoyed by continued job creation as evidenced by recent unemployment figures. Over €930 million of investment transactions occurred in Q1 2018, with overseas investors accounting for over 75 per cent. Brexit seems to be yielding positive impacts for the office market, with 42 Brexit-related mandates fulfilled in Ireland to date, according to the IDA.

In the office market, prime Dublin city-centre yields are...

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