Month: May 2017

General
What it takes to buy a property in Ireland right now

What it takes to buy a property in Ireland right now

What it requires to buy a property in Ireland nowadays was outlined by a new study from the Central Bank this week. The overview of residential in lending in Ireland shows there were 29,893 new mortgage loans issued last year with a total value of…
Commercial Blog
€26m in sales recorded at Allsop’s residential and commercial auctions

€26m in sales recorded at Allsop’s residential and commercial auctions

Allsop’s residential and commercial auctions, held on Wednesday and Thursday of last week, raised more than €26m in sales. All of the results can be viewed here.  Jonathan Fenn, Director at Allsop, commented on the results: “This week’s auction had something of interest for all buyers – from…
Building
CSO explains discrepancies between Census and Department of Housing figures for new houses

CSO explains discrepancies between Census and Department of Housing figures for new houses

The Central Statistics Office has explained the discrepancy between its figures on the number of new houses built and the Department of Housing's figures at an Oireachtas committee meeting. The CSO's Census figures published in recent weeks showed Ireland's housing stock increased by 8,800 units between 2011…
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