Remaining competitive a key theme at Property Summit
Frustration at government changes to stamp duty and Reit structures, a metro for Dublin, sustainability and housing density were among the concerns raised at the sixth Business Post Property Summit
The need for Ireland to remain attractive to both international investors and labour was a key theme among speakers at the commercial stream of the Business Post Property Summit.
Aidan Gavin, managing director at Cushman & Wakefield, said: “The availability of near record levels of capital to invest in global property is going to be sustained into the future as bond levels will remain low for the next three to five years and interest...
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