Barbara Carty: Home is where the heart is in an age of pandemic
The overlapping crises of Brexit and Covid-19 have led to a wave of relocating professionals to Dublin, many of them expatriates returning home for good.
Opportunities in financial services, technology and business consultancy are multiplying in Ireland, creating a perfect storm of heightened economic activity and competition for properties.
At INHOUS, we’ve seen a big increase in people moving back to Ireland. Some are coming because of Brexit: they may have been in Britain for...
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