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Impact of Brexit on the Real Estate Market in Ireland

Impact of Brexit on the Real Estate Market in Ireland

admin 14/04/2017 0
How much of an impact is Brexit likely to have on the real estate market in Ireland? Is this the right time for selling overseas property in Ireland ? That depends on who you talk to. Some experts say that recent invocation of Article 50 by Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain, which sets Brexit into motion, will have only a marginal impact on the Irish housing market. Others are of the view th...
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Sell Property in Northern Ireland Fast to Overseas Investors in 2017

Sell Property in Northern Ireland Fast to Overseas Investors in 2017

admin 06/12/2016 0
The Northern Ireland real estate market had a slump of 40 to 50 percent following the global housing crisis of 2007. Since then, the market has staged a slow recovery and has grown steadily since 2012.   Home prices in Northern Ireland have risen by 3 to 5 percent each year over the last 4 to 5 years. Belfast has experienced the fastest growth in home prices and the situation is certainly a lot ...
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Sell Property in Ireland Fast to Overseas Investors in 2017

Sell Property in Ireland Fast to Overseas Investors in 2017

admin 30/11/2016 0
  The period from 2008 to 2013 wasn’t a happy one for the real estate market in Ireland. Property priced had fallen by quite a lot following the global housing market collapse of 2008, and it took a while for stability to return to the property market. Now that things are pretty normal, you’re probably wondering how to sell property in Ireland fast in 2017.   First, the good news. Ireland’s eco...
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Guide to Selling Property in Ireland

Guide to Selling Property in Ireland

admin 25/01/2016 0
The Irish market has been in a slump since the global crash of 2007. Since then in 2015 and 2016 the Irish economy and property market has started to recover rapidly. In 2015 house prices went up by 17% which is amazing given the slow increase of prices in the rest of Europe. Dublin has seen the highest rises at 18% and the number of properties sold across Ireland in the last 12 months has risen t...
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