Opening the estate agent’s door to remote working
Sharing hub space with other agents provides an opportunity for entrepreneurial estate agents to go it alone
Where is the remote control? Thanks to the coronavirus, most of us find ourselves working remotely from home probably for the first time, as well as working in the home. There’s a distinct difference, although, ‘Where’s the hoover?’ is the question that will ensure temporary hearing loss.
As someone who has worked mostly solo and therefore remotely for years, I’ve always considered my car as my primary office. I...
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IPPi report reveals housing price trends for last 12 months
Quarterly report notes deeply diverging results for each county depending on house size, while Dublin saw rises in every category
Rural prices surge in Q3 as flight from cities continues
Third-quarter sale prices in commuter areas and small towns grew at double the rate in urban centres, an REA survey has found
Negotiated peace or uncertain conflict? Covid-19’s ongoing impact on commercial leases
Judges have shown little sympathy for retail tenants in recent cases brought to the High Court over rent arrears due to lockdowns
Office market starts to find its feet after Covid-19
It’s uncertain what the post-coronavirus version of office life will be like in the short and medium term, but demand is returning in the Dublin market