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  • in Webinar – A chat with Davy chief economist Conall Mac Coille

    We’re delighted to bring you the 10th Webinar today.
    In this week’s episode, we chat to author of the Property Report Conall Mac Coille, chief economist with Davy.
    Conall outlines what the report is telling us and discusses the various challenges the market will have as it looks to rebound out of lockdown.
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  • in Webinar: A chat with Shirley Coulter of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland

    We’re delighted to bring you the sixth Webinar today. In this week’s episode Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland chief executive Shirley Coulter talks about her first six months in the role and the impact Covid-19 has had on the SCSI and its members. Shirley also discusses the importance of technology going forward and looks […] More

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    Payment breaks due to Covid-19 set to be extended for a further three months

    Banks and other lenders have confirmed that a further three-month extension to the current payment break will be made available to customers that continue to be directly impacted by the fallout from Covid-19. Banking & Payments Federation Ireland said its members, which include AIB, Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank, Permanent TSB and KBC Bank Ireland, […] More

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    Price of agricultural land across the country fell last year

    The price of agricultural land dropped by 6% last year, according to the latest review from the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and Teagasc. The average price for an acre of land nationally was €8,823 in 2019, down from €9,346 in 2018. Munster recorded the biggest yearly fall in selling price at 9%, while selling […] More

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    New Year, New Office

    Around this time of year you hear a lot about New Year, New Me. However, when it comes to the world of business how about New Year, New Office? The right location for your business can be vital in helping you meet your goals. From being close to your customer base, to being in a […] More

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    New home completions up 23% in third quarter

    The number of new homes built rose by 23.4% in the third quarter of this year, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show. The CSO said that a total of 4,673 new dwellings were completed in the three months from July to September compared to 3,786 the same time last year. This brings the […] More

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    Is property a good investment?

    The below graph from the CSO shows average, national, second-hand house prices going back as far 1975 up to the end of 2016. If we draw a line from end 2016 horizontally back to the point where prices were at 2016 levels, we get back to early 2009 and again in late 2003. Anyone who […] More