Not so quiet on the new homes front
New homes developments are beginning to appear in the greater Dublin area
It is encouraging to see a flurry of new homes schemes either on the market or preparing to launch in the greater Dublin area at this early stage of the year. With average rents in Dublin just shy of the 2007 peak rental figures, an increase in new homes on the market will certainly help alleviate the housing shortage.
Despite the positive upswing, a recent forecast report from the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland put the...
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