The year in review: Irish real estate back in rude health for 2022

Lockdowns and restrictions have slowed growth for two years, but market turnover reached €3 billion by the end of Q3 and is set to comfortably reach €4.5 billion by the end of the year

No 8 Hanover Quay, Airbnb’s headquarters in Dublin, which a German real estate investor is acquiring for €41.5 million. The deal is one of many indications of a buoyant market

As we approach 2022, the discovery of the Omicron variant has stalled hopes that we could move on from Covid-19. Ireland, however, is well placed for trade next year with one of the highest vaccination rates per capita in the world.

The Irish real estate investment market has been dealing with pent-up demand from investors for almost two years now. The previous lockdowns and travel restrictions on international investors slowed market activity, delaying sales and ...