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February 18th: Irish Property News & Development Updates

  Below is a weekly catch-up on the property stories that caught my attention.  As always, please do let me know if I have missed out on any interesting property news by emailing  carol@caroltallon.com. In terms of the broadsheets, The Sunday Business Post is the one to […]

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NewstalkFM: Dublin’s Rental Crisis

I believe that the millennial generation is not rejecting home ownership, they are rejecting the servitude and constraints that traditional housing models and mortgages impose.   Last weekend, former Bank of Ireland chief Richie Boucher told an interviewer that millennials do not aspire to homeownership to the […]

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Irish Property News & Development Updates 11th February

Below is a weekly catch-up on the property stories that caught my attention.  As always, please do let me know if I have missed out on any interesting property news by emailing  carol@caroltallon.com. In terms of the broadsheets, for the second week in a row, the Sunday […]

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Digital Transformation of the Property Industry: #Proptech for Estate Agents in Ireland

  As regular readers will know, Tom Courtney of Irish proptech company Property Basecamp organised a #Proptech meet-up last Monday and we were delighted to welcome UK guests James Dearsley of Proptech Consult together with Eddie Holmes and Sammy from the UK Proptech Association.     Nicholas […]

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Irish Property Weekly Update: 4th February

  For an overview of the new homes market in Ireland, the Sunday Independent newspaper is the one to pick up today. Below is a weekly catch-up on the property stories that caught my attention.  As always, please do let me know if I have missed out […]

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The Future of Housing in Ireland

~ Originally posted on Prop-Tech.ie Last week our ‘go-to’ co-living guru Ed Burke, together with his innovative team at Sroomm, introduced international housing disruptor Node to Dublin and I was delighted to moderate an interactive chat on the future of housing.       Firstly, it was […]

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Irish Property Market News & Development Updates

If you only have time for one newspaper today, it is a toss-up between the Sunday Independent and The Sunday Business Post. I recommend the Independent for residential tenants and for  construction industry/development news, and the SBP for potential  property buyers as  it has a special advertising […]

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Weekly Irish Property Market News & Development Updates

This week, I am challenging industry readers to open their minds and take a few minutes (perhaps over coffee..) and read this opinion from the TED site: Why the actions of cities — not nations — will be the key to our survival on earth:  https://ideas-ted-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/ideas.ted.com/opinion-why-the-actions-of-cities-not-nations-will-be-the-key-to-our-survival-on-earth/amp/   […]

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Irish Property Market News & Weekly Updates

The Sunday Independent newspaper is definitely the one to pick up this week. It carries the 2018 Rich List with details of the 250 wealthiest people in Ireland, or hold an Irish passports.  Unsurprisingly, the consistently rising property prices over the past number of years in Ireland, […]

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Weekly Irish Property News

Below is a quick look back at the industry stories from the first week of 2018. For property-related news today, The Sunday Times newspaper is definitely unmissable  for its annual Property Price Guide. Also,  Brenda Power has an interesting commentary piece today headed ‘Too much money and […]

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