Angela Keegan: How the property market can adapt to the new reality
There is much we can learn from other countries, and other crises, about how to keep the property sector open for business
Covid-19 has had an enormous impact on Ireland’s property market. Since the virus hit and societal restrictions were introduced, we have seen transaction volumes grind to a virtual halt, and there’s nothing any of us can do about it.
It is impossible to accurately predict how Covid-19 will affect the property market in the medium to long term, simply because there are too many imponderables to consider.
However, by analysing data...
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