Prepare for a guarded return to market ‘normality’ in 2021

With an end to the coronavirus horror in sight, it is expected that the property market should edge back towards 2019 levels as next year progresses

13th December, 2020
Prepare for a guarded return to market ‘normality’ in 2021
The first lockdown confined many homeowners to their homes for nearly three months, which focused their minds in terms of their accommodation requirements, and many made the decision to move

In a year that has been characterised by a level of market and economic uncertainty, not to mention the lockdowns, the third quarter is remarkably set to be one of the strongest quarters DNG has recorded in terms of agency sales since the firm opened 38 years ago.

Again, somewhat surprisingly, the strongest sector of the market in the last quarter has been for houses priced between €1 million and €2 million, which was certainly unforeseen...

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