Monday September 21, 2020

Signs of life in property market after post-lockdown injection of interest

A total of the 403 sales registered so far this year were valued at over €1m, with a good show of private homes on the register

13th September, 2020
Corbalton Hall in Co Meath which was sold for circa €11 million this year

After flatlining for three months during the Covid-19-related lockdown, the property market is seeing signs of life.

Those working in the sector have spent the last three months fervently trying to make up for lost time as agents and auctioneers aim to regain their footing in a roller coaster industry at the mercy of an invisible virus. They have another three months to get as many sales across the line before year end.


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