Demand for property soars despite lockdown
Low supply and highly motivated buyers means the time taken to go sale agreed is often less than four weeks
Ireland’s second lockdown has failed to dampen the soaring demand for property as many homes on the market are moving to sale agreed within a month, according to a national estate agency group.
New industry protocols that require potential viewers to produce proof of funds have all but eliminated those with no intention of buying and significantly speeded up the sales process, the online AGM for Real Estate Alliance (REA) heard.
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