Hannah Dwyer: Cautious optimism for 2021 as uncertainty prevails

In the real estate market, staying ahead of trends will be crucial this year. While local market sentiment and knowledge remain important, data will be king

24th January, 2021
Hannah Dwyer: Cautious optimism for 2021 as uncertainty prevails
What does the future hold for the real estate market? Cautious optimism is tempered by uncertainty in the wake of the ongoing global pandemic

As we gladly bade farewell to a dreadful 2020, global market hopes for a return to normality were sadly short-lived as the coronavirus pandemic has stubbornly endured.

Now in our third lockdown in a year, it was bitterly disappointing earlier this month to see Ireland record the highest daily number of confirmed Covid-19 cases globally for every million people.

What does this mean for property markets? Although high Covid-19 cases are impacting markets in Ireland, we...

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