Estate agents turn to US and Britain for would-be house buyers
Strength of the dollar and sterling against the euro means US and British buyers get great value
The weak euro is making Irish property look cheap to sterling and dollar buyers, and several estate agents plan to capitalise by running property shows in Britain and the US this spring.
The Real Estate Alliance group, which has had successful shows in London over the last few years, is hosting its first ever property exhibition in New York in March.
It plans to showcase Irish residential, holiday home and investment properties after a surge...
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