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Introducing Ireland’s Virtual Town Hall: Bringing Proposed Property Developments to Life Through Augmented Reality

      IRISH TECH NEWSMAY 13, 2019   Link to the full Irish Tech News article here: https://irishtechnews.ie/place-engage-brings-virtual-town-hall-to-life-via-augmented-reality-in-dublins-first-3d-city-data-hackathon/   ‘Place Engage’, a town hall brought to life through augmented reality, was announced as the winning team of Dublin’s First 3D City Data Hackathonwhich took place over […]

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Smart City Special

  Property Matters    Ireland’s First Weekly Property Radio Show (& Podcast!)   Ireland’s first weekly property radio show, Property Matters, launched In January 2019 on Dublin South FM 93.9 and is now available internationally via iTunes and Spotify podcast (@iPropertyRadio). Seasoned political journalist and broadcaster, Bryan […]

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Is the real estate industry ready to put the ‘U’ back into UX?

  “Word of mouth is such an ancient, yet relevant, medium. Almost a century of broadcasting made it acceptable for experts and brands to speak ‘at’ us rather than ‘to’ us. Social media, far from being a new type of conversation, is more accurately a return to […]

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Property Matters March 19th, 2019

    #PropertyMatters Ireland’s First Weekly Property Radio Show (& Podcast!):   #PropertyMatters on Dublin South FM, Tuesdays 6-7pm   Ireland’s first weekly property radio show, Property Matters, launched In January 2019 on Dublin South FM 93.9 and is now available internationally via iTunes and Spotify podcast […]

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End of Conveyancing Delays for Property Buyers and Sellers

  Through my work with Proptech Ireland and with global technology innovators over the past few years, I have spoken at length about the potential to speed up the conveyancing process in Ireland.   The end of conveyancing delays   In an article in the Irish Times […]

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NewstalkFM: The Picture of Dysfunction in Ireland’s Housing Market

  Last Tuesday, RTE and other media outlets reported that up to twenty hopeful house-hunters were queuing (in the rain!) outside a showhouse in Dublin 15, days before a newly development scheme even launched for sale.  This means that the would-be buyers did not know the price […]

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April 15th: Irish Property Market News & Development Updates

  Below is a catch-up on the stories that caught my attention earlier in the week, together with some of the industry stories from across the broadsheets today.  As always, you might let me know if I have missed out on any relevant property news by emailing  […]

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Irish Property News & Development Updates

It might have been a great weekend for Ireland (thanks to St. Patrick and the entire Irish rugby team!) but it has been a less than stellar morning here in Wicklow as we have woken up to unexpected snow drifts – so much for a light dusting. […]

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Weekly New & Updates for Property Buyers & Investors in Ireland

  Below is a weekly catch-up on the property stories that caught my attention and some of the highlights from the broadsheets today.  As always, please do let me know if I have missed out on any interesting property news by emailing  carol@caroltallon.com.   (Apologies in advance […]

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Pushing the #BuildingEquality Agenda

    On International Women’s Day 2018, some of the most influential women in the planning, construction and property industries in Ireland came together in Ballsbridge to push the #BuildingEquality agenda.  Minister of State Mary Mitchell O’Connor gave a rousing opening address and her passion was followed […]

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