German investor Real IS AG acquires 48 high-end apartments from Marlet Property Group in Mount Merrion, Dublin, for €35m, marking its sixth investment in Ireland’s residential market.
Dive into an in-depth analysis of Ireland’s rental market, examining historical trends, current challenges, and the crucial role of government policies. Learn about the pressing need for planning, zoning reforms, and increased housing stock to reverse a decade-long crisis.
Marlet Property Group secures a record €384 million financing from Activate Capital, marking a milestone in funding major residential and commercial developments in Dublin, Ireland.
Explore the key insights from BPFI’s Mortgage Drawdowns and Mortgage Approvals Reports for 2023. Understand the slowdown in overall mortgage activity and the surge in First-Time Buyers in Ireland’s evolving housing market.
Unveiling the intricacies of the Help to Buy Incentive (HTBI) scheme for first-time homebuyers. Learn how this initiative can aid in purchasing or building your dream home, the qualifying criteria, and potential benefits. Master the HTBI to secure your first home.
Discover the latest trends in the Irish property market in Q1 2023, as revealed by MyHome’s study. Explore insights on the increase in transaction values despite fewer sales, and gain regional perspectives on property transactions across Ireland.
Unravel the complexities of the Irish housing market with Davy’s Chief Economist, Conall MacCoille. Get insights into price trends, regulatory changes, and looming economic challenges as we delve into this thought-provoking analysis.
The Central Statistics Office unveils a 3.9% increase in the Residential Property Price Index for the 12 months to March 2023, highlighting variations in property prices across Ireland. Discover key findings from the recent report.
The DAFT report emphasizes the need for additions to the stock of rental homes over the next 10-15 years to undo the damage done over the past decade
In a bid to address Ireland’s housing crisis, the government extends the tax-free Rent-a-Room scheme to council tenants, potentially adding 28,000 homes to the market, the Irish Independent reports.