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Sherry FitzGerald to host webinar on ‘What Covid-19 means for the Irish housing market?’

Sherry FitzGerald to host webinar on ‘What Covid-19 means for the Irish housing market?’

Sherry FitzGerald will host a webinar event this Thursday focused on 'What Covid-19 means for the Irish housing market?' The free event will run from 1.30pm to 2.15pm on Thursday June 4th and you can sign up here. On the day Sherry FitzGerald MD and…
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68% of potential buyers are planning on purchasing a property in the next year

68% of potential buyers are planning on purchasing a property in the next year

68% of potential buyers are planning on purchasing a property in the next year 37% expect property prices to fall by over 10% in the next year 69% believe the Government could do more to help the property sector 59% believe Covid-19 will lead to…
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Residential property prices increased by 1% in the year to March

Residential property prices increased by 1% in the year to March

Residential property prices increased by 1% nationally in the year to March, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. This compares with an increase of 1% in the year to February and an increase of 3.8% in the twelve months to March…
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Glenveagh reports continued increase in reservations for new homes

Glenveagh reports continued increase in reservations for new homes

Housebuilder Glenveagh Properties has said that reservations for new homes have continued to increase despite the company's sites and showhouse villages remaining closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In a recent statement Glenveagh revealed that 5,702 units are sold, signed or reserved which it said…
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Q1 sales show property market is now at its lowest level since 2017

Q1 sales show property market is now at its lowest level since 2017

A new study based on an analysis of residential property sales recorded in the Property Price Register during Q1 2020 shows the market is now at its lowest level for a first quarter since 2017, while sales in six counties in Leinster are down by…
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