House hunters are pushing the boat out
Houseboats are a viable option for those who either find themselves priced out of the housing market, or who are attracted to a more mobile and less restricted way of life
In the current climate, finding the deposit for an apartment, let alone a house is beyond many young first-time buyers. For those determined to buy their own home, a solution might be to consider living afloat.
The move to living on waterways as opposed to land is now a global phenomenon. After a couple of years on a houseboat or a converted barge, you might find you’ve saved that elusive deposit.
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What happens when an agent puts her own home up for sale?
Selling agent Sinéad Beggan turns the tables on herself as she puts her Tudor-style, three-bedroom home in Dublin’s Templeogue on the market
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