Residential sector emerges in good shape from pandemic
Many agents say that since reopening in June, they have recorded the strongest Q3 sales in decades, while the highest price paid for a private residence was once again outside Dublin
What a difference a year makes. This time 12 months ago, the most pressing concern for Irish property agents was Brexit and its potential side-effects on the Irish residential market.
And while the latter hasn’t gone away and will likely dominate headlines once more in 2021, it was wholly overshadowed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Remarkably, the property market not only survived the crisis but, outside the hospitality and (to a lesser extent) retail industries, the...
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David Johnson: What a post-Brexit property investment market could look like
While new obstacles to trade are sure to emerge, Britain’s openness to real estate investors is unlikely to alter. If anything, it will solicit greater investment than before
Barking up the right tree: pet-friendly rental schemes
Developers are responding to the growing need for pet-friendly rental accommodation by developing ‘pet-centric’ apartments
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