Barbara Carty: Home is where the heart is in an age of pandemic

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18th April, 2021
Barbara Carty: Home is where the heart is in an age of pandemic
So many people are now relocating that family homes are hard to find, according to Inhous

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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