The Irish Independent suggests that luxury apartment prices in Dublin may have reached their peak, with the Marker Residences sale price potentially indicating a shift in the property market, as rising interest rates and economic uncertainty impact valuations.
The Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers (IPAV) has published a series of measures in a document titled ‘Rental Market
DBRS Morning Star report reveals high building costs as the latest challenge to Ireland’s housing supply recovery, with expensive housing potentially impacting the country’s growth model over the medium term.
A summary of the Q1 2023 Homeless Quarterly Progress Report, highlighting the increase in homelessness, family emergency accommodations, and tenancy prevention efforts.
Discover the key challenges in residential development finance in Ireland, with insights into equity constraints, debt market competition, planning factors, and more.
The Irish government has agreed on new measures under the Housing for All plan to reduce the cost of construction, increase the pace of vacant property renovations, and finance the construction of affordable rental apartments.
Details of the approved Richmond Road residential development project in Dublin, with reduced number of apartments to address concerns.
The Irish government announces a €1 billion housing package, including subsidies for cost rental homes, increased grants for refurbishing vacant and derelict homes, and exemptions for development levies, aiming to kick-start the construction of up to 80,000 new homes.
Ireland’s Minister for Housing, Darragh O’Brien, proposes increased grants for renovating vacant homes, expanding eligibility to address rising building costs and support cost-rental property development.
The Household Finance and Consumption Survey (HFCS) reveals an unequal distribution of wealth in Ireland, with inheritance playing a significant role in wealth accumulation.