Savills boss: new tax rules have scared off foreign buyers
Finance workers fleeing Brexit would force locals out of Dublin, Potterton warns
International investors have pulled out of Irish property deals because of a change in tax laws relating to property funds last year, the head of the country’s biggest property advisory firm has said.
Angus Potterton, the managing director of Savills, told The Sunday Business Post that the change, which means foreign investors face a 20 per cent withholding tax, has caused uncertainty among investors and risks damaging the country’s reputation.
“One of the things...
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