Value of Prime Market Sales in Dublin increased by 8% in 2016.

An analysis of the Property Price Register, as of the 11th January 2016, has shown that there were more than 12,000 residential property transactions recorded in Dublin in 2016, with over €5 billion worth of properties changing hands. The average price of a property in Dublin at the end of 2016 stood at €407,324, compared Read more about Value of Prime Market Sales in Dublin increased by 8% in 2016.[…]

Update on the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016

Rent Predictability A. Rental Pressure Zones The cornerstone of the government’s rent predictability measures is the establishment of “rent pressure zones” (RPZs) in Dublin and Cork City whereby limitations will be imposed on the level of rent increases allowable on residential properties in these zones. As a result of negotiations with Fianna Fail, The Government Read more about Update on the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016[…]

€4.3bn in sales as long-term investors pour in

2016 was a very strong year for commercial property sales in Ireland. This is reflected in an expected out-turn of €4.3bn in transactions which Knight Frank’s investment analyst, John Ring, says will have been completed by the end of this year.   The €4.3bn figure contained in the analysis by Knight Frank is significant, coming Read more about €4.3bn in sales as long-term investors pour in[…]