Hines fund boss calls for tax breaks to assist home buyers

Nearly half of residents in the capital can’t afford to buy a house

26th June, 2016
Brian Moran, the senior managing director of Hines Real Estate Ireland Limited

The director of the Irish branch of Hines, the multibillion euro US fund with extensive housing and commercial interests here, has said that as many as 46 per cent of Dublin residents ‘can’t afford’ to live in the capital city.

Brian Moran, the senior managing director of Hines Real Estate Ireland Limited, told The Sunday Business Post: “Our analysis would say that roughly 56 per cent of the workforce in Dublin can...

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