Off-plan is back, with the benefit of bespoke builds
Buying off-plan is enjoying a comeback, albeit on a smaller scale and with a more measured approach than in the Celtic Tiger era
It’s often a case of swings and roundabouts in the property market, particularly when it comes to purchase and investment trends.
Buying a new home off-plan was a popular purchase method during the Celtic Tiger. As prices rose quickly, first-time buyers who had bought in at an early stage to their individual scheme were moving into homes that, on completion, were worth more than what they had originally paid. It was a...
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