Residential Property News

Increase in stamp duty on commercial property transactions will result in a slowdown in commercial investment activity – Budget 2018

Increase in stamp duty on commercial property transactions will result in a slowdown in commercial investment activity – Budget 2018

Knight Frank believes that the increase in stamp duty on commercial property transactions from 2% to 6% will result in...

Axing HTB scheme is fraught with risk

Axing HTB scheme is fraught with risk

With Budget 2018 just under four weeks away, the Government’s decision date whether to keep or scrap the Help-to-Buy (HTB)...

Office refurbishment and/or expansion opportunity, Dublin 2

Office refurbishment and/or expansion opportunity, Dublin 2

On the instructions of Duff & Phelps Real Estate Advisory Group, Knight Frank has been appointed to offer Block D,...

Largest monthly increase in residential prices in Dublin in nearly three years, while global growth also picks up

Largest monthly increase in residential prices in Dublin in nearly three years, while global growth also picks up

According to the CSO’s latest Residential Property Price Index, prices in Dublin increased by 3.0% on a monthly basis in...

Census 2016 paints a picture of the dysfunctionality of Ireland’s housing market

Census 2016 paints a picture of the dysfunctionality of Ireland’s housing market

Dublin, Ireland – A picture of dysfunctionality of Ireland’s housing market has been painted by today’s 2016 Census release ‘Housing...

€469 million was invested in the Irish commercial property market in Q1 2017

€469 million was invested in the Irish commercial property market in Q1 2017

According to Knight Frank’s Investment_Insight_Q1 2017 , €469 million worth of investment transactions changed hands during Q1, representing a decline of almost 36%...

Census 2016: Average Household Size in Ireland Increases to 2.75

Census 2016: Average Household Size in Ireland Increases to 2.75

The increase in the average household size in Ireland is the latest damning evidence of the extent of Ireland’s housing...

Existing schemes currently cater for only 13% of the student population

Existing schemes currently cater for only 13% of the student population

Dublin’s growing student population and the current under-supply of beds are attracting the world’s leading global investors with 7,181 bed...

Global house prices increase by 6% in 2016, the highest annual rate since the first quarter of 2014.

Global house prices increase by 6% in 2016, the highest annual rate since the first quarter of 2014.

In the latest edition of Knight Frank’s Global House Price Index, which monitors and compares the performance of 55 mainstream...

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

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...

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