Sales worth €20 million at Allsop
Commercial sector is still performing well given the lack of supply
More than 110 houses, apartments and commercial properties went under the hammer at Allsop’s auction at the RDS Concert Hall in Dublin last week generating sales in excess of €20 million.
The commercial sector is still performing well and, no surprises given the lack of supply – there was keen interest in multi-residential unit investments. For example, Lot 25, a portfolio of 11 one, two and three-bedroom apartments at Creston Avenue in Meakstown in...
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