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The Average National Rent Exceeds its Peak for the First Time since 2008

The Average National Rent Exceeds its Peak for the First Time since 2008

According to the latest rental report from Daft.ie, rents increased on a national basis by 3.9% in Q2 2016. This...

Prime Property Market in Dublin continues to transact well, as Post Brexit enquiries increase

Prime Property Market in Dublin continues to transact well, as Post Brexit enquiries increase

  The latest edition of Knight Frank’s Prime Global Cities Index has shown that the price of prime residential property...

Strong rebound in EastPoint with vacancy now just 3%

Strong rebound in EastPoint with vacancy now just 3%

EastPoint is located on 40 acres of land reclaimed by Dublin Port during the 1960’s and ‘70’s. Developed on a...

Property Prices up by 6.6% Annually in June 2016

Property Prices up by 6.6% Annually in June 2016

The CSO’s Residential Property Price Index has shown that the price of residential property remained effectively flat, decreasing by 0.1%, on a...

Knight Frank Welcomes the Action Plan for Housing & Homelessness

Knight Frank Welcomes the Action Plan for Housing & Homelessness

The Government has launched its action plan for housing and homelessness, which it promised to introduce within 100 days of...

Census 2016: Research by Knight Frank shows an immediate need for 25,000 houses in Dublin to alleviate the housing crisis

Census 2016: Research by Knight Frank shows an immediate need for 25,000 houses in Dublin to alleviate the housing crisis

According to Census 2016, the population of the State increased by 3.7% during the last five years and now stands...

THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS ADDRESS IN DUBLIN

THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS ADDRESS IN DUBLIN

On target for completion in December 2017, 10 Molesworth Street will provide 115,260 sq.ft. of Grade A office space over...

Strongest performing quarter ever recorded for the Irish commercial property market, with €2.1 billion worth of investments changing hands

Strongest performing quarter ever recorded for the Irish commercial property market, with €2.1 billion worth of investments changing hands

€2.1 billion worth of investment transactions changed hands during the second quarter of 2016, making it the strongest performing quarter...

Property Prices Increase by 6.9% on an Annual Basis in May 2016

Property Prices Increase by 6.9% on an Annual Basis in May 2016

The CSO’s Residential Property Price Index has shown that the price of residential property increased by 0.2% on a national...

The vote to leave the European Union creates both threats and opportunities for Dublin’s office market.

The vote to leave the European Union creates both threats and opportunities for Dublin’s office market.

Economic uncertainty is never a positive for any market, and in the short-term Brexit adds a considerable helping of uncertainty...

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