Luxurious Luggala top of the pile in 2019
The gorgeous Wicklow lodge, owned by the Guinness family for more than eight decades, changed hands for €25 million earlier this year
It is tempting to wonder what the Irish property market would have looked like in 2019 had Brexit not been a factor.
It was a year described by many agents at the top end of the market as “strange” – transactions occurred in higher numbers than last year, but they were unpredictable, and not as robust as they might have been.
While the fortunes of the upper end of the Irish property market were...
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Hugh Wallace: We must all be champions of Ireland’s great rural revival
Covid-19 merely speeded up the inevitable move away from urban living, but can the government deliver on its promise of dynamic rural development?
Pandemic accelerates dramatic changes in house-buying trends
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MUD Act: bringing home owners together for the common good
The Multi-Unit Developments Act, which regulates the ownership and management of the common areas of multi-unit developments, is ten years old. We examine its efficiency in terms of apartment management and explains its functions