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Sunday 10 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Property Market

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The 7 most expensive houses for sale in Ireland right now
Finally! A way to spend your millions.
These luxury apartments were nearly all snapped up by cash buyers
The sale is a sign of increased levels of activity at the top of the market, Savills said.
Irish people believe now is a good time to buy a house
Over half of Irish people questioned in a global study said they believe now is a good time to buy.
This five-star Powerscourt Hotel suite is on for less than most Dublin flats
Rent allowance accepted.
Enda Kenny on property: I promise you there is no going back to the past
An Taoiseach plans a tripling of housing output by 2020 but says its about addressing supply problems.
7 castles that cost less than a two-bed gaff in Dublin
Who says the capital is overpriced?
Is this the solution to property bubbles?
The Reform Alliance reckon it has housing bubbles licked.
IBRC is paying us back €12.9 billion
And even more cash could come from IBRC if it sells off the rest of its loan portfolio.
Marker to market for €40 million
Investor plans to sink any dividends back into Irish commercial property.
IDA targets jobs growth beyond the Pale with new regional campuses
The inward investment agency returns to property construction for the first time since the 1980s.
Too much debt and not enough houses: Ireland's creditless recovery is here to stay
We’re too focused on paying down our existing debt burden to consider new lending, says a new report.
Fancy owning this pub or a schoolhouse? Get the pair for €165,000
Auctioneers will bring a record 224 properties to market next month.
On the green: NAMA nets €5 million for €80 million Kildare golf resort
Original development costs for Moyvalley resort could have been as high as €80 million.
Eight out of ten investors positive on Ireland's prospects
Driven on by better economic news, investors have a bigger appetite for risk.
This Dublin house for sale looks like quite the bargain...
Anyone need a gaff?
Do you know how much you paid for your house?
New research from the Central Bank shows that Irish people don’t remember how much they paid for their house.
Column: The housing market is a mess, so we must decide – will we be charitable or fair?
Incumbent property owners receive special privileges in Ireland – meaning some mortgagors will walk out of this crisis with the same assets they walked into it with, despite not paying for them, writes Karl Deeter.
Rise in Dublin house prices masks fall in every other part of the country
The 2013 house price report from property website shows more evidence of Ireland’s two-tier housing market.
NAMA has raised €16.5 billion since 2010
The bad bank raised €5.8 billion of that figure in 2013.
'We're only barely getting off the ground': Noonan dismisses boom suggestions
The Minister for Finance is in Brussels for a Eurogroup meeting, who said Ireland is “proof” that austerity packages ‘deliver results’.
8 things anyone who has lived in a Celtic Tiger apartment will understand
Storage heaters and paper-thin walls.
Column: 'Pop up' projects are creative and positive – but can mask deeper social problems
The ‘pop-up’ phenomenon has become popular in cities with vacant spaces in recent years – but, as positive as these projects are, local authorities are using them to paper-over their failure to fix to chronic urban problems, write Mick Byrne and Patrick Bresnihan.
11 things that make flat-hunting a living hell
WHY does it have to be so hard? WHYYYYY?
Back for good? Irish lenders promoting 90 per cent mortgages
KBC Bank is now actively seeking candidates for 90 per cent loans, but did you know other lenders are making similar offers?
Property prices are still falling, according to latest CSO data
The average Irish home dropped in value by 0.5 per cent in March, with Dublin homes doing best and apartments faring worst.
Two-bedroom Co Dublin house for €25k - and there's just one catch...
It’s a log cabin.
For sale: 'Grotty', 'rickety' and 'slimy' Dublin house
This description is brilliantly honest.
Property tax: Seller faces €500 fine if they under-declare value of home
A buyer who discovers that the person who sold them the house under-declared its value when paying the tax will be required to inform Revenue which will then pursue the seller, the Department of Finance said.
Average national rent rose 2.2 per cent during 2012 – report
Rental rates in Dublin, Cork and Galway saw a second consecutive year of growth as a result of a shortage of accommodation in Ireland’s largest cities, the report reveals.
Another report suggests property market has stabilised in Dublin
The Society of Chartered Surveyors adds its voice to the consensus that the residential market in the capital has flattened.
What goes up...: Property prices fall 0.5pc in December
The latest CSO figures show the residential market nationwide fell 4.5pc in 2012 – the smallest decline since 2007.
You asked, we answered: What you wanted to know about the property tax
We asked readers to submit questions they had about the property tax last weekend. You responded with a number of queries and here are the answers…
Column: Want to value your house for the property tax? Here’s a guide.
There is confusion over the valuation of homes for the property tax, writes Ronan Lyons – so here’s a handy informal guide.
Residential rents could rise by as much as 7 per cent by 2014
Property experts have said families and couples choosing to rent instead of buying has increased dramatically.
Dartmouth Sq and shopping street in Clonmel sell at auction
The two-acre Georgian garden square in Ranelagh was sold for €142,000.
NAMA CEO expresses "anger and disappointment" in former employee
Chairman of the agency Frank Daly said the former employee removed data from NAMA including loans acquired by the agency.
Ex-pat executives returning to invest in property market
Property experts have said one of the main reasons ex pats are returning is to educate their children here.
Residential property prices down in Dublin but up across the country
The CSO’s The Residential Property Price Index recorded an overall rise in August.
Column: The property tax shows our leaders are banking on another bubble
Our Government appears to be depending on another round of runaway price inflation, writes Aaron McKenna – but where does that leave us?
Block of 119 apartments for sale for €26m
Development in Ranelagh, Dublin 6 being put to market with apartments, office space and car parking in one lot.