Wealth Report 2017

Published on July 17th, 2017 | by Martin Clancy

Owning a home is, for the vast majority of us, the closest we’ll ever come to being millionaires. Over two thirds of Irish households own the home they live in and the majority of these dwellings ... Read More


Tax free income! Can you dig it?

Published on July 5th, 2017 | by Martin Clancy

Let digs to students and earn tax free rental income. By letting out empty room in their house as college digs, Irish homeowners can put more beds on the market and benefit from an exclusive, associated ... Read More


Sales market shows rule changes had expected effect

Published on July 3rd, 2017 | by Martin Clancy

The figures from this latest House Price Report show a sharp increase in prices around the country, for the second quarter in a row. The national average list price in June was 8.8% higher than ... Read More


Get Tax Free Rent for Student Digs!

Published on July 1st, 2017 | by Martin Clancy

Let digs to students and earn tax free rental income. Do you have a spare bedroom in your house that’s sitting empty? If you let it out to students, you can make tax-free money off digs. ... Read More


Introducing the Final launch of Abbot’s Grove

Published on June 15th, 2017 | by Martin Clancy

Final 3 Bedroom homes in Abbot’s Grove Park, Knocklyon D16 Winterbrook Ltd. are delighted to present the final 4 three bed homes in Abbot’s Grove, Knocklyon, Dublin 16.  Abbot’s Grove is a development of 88 ‘A ... Read More


Two-Day Allsop Auction Results in Sales of Over €26m

Published on May 23rd, 2017 | by Martin Clancy

Allsop’s residential and commercial auctions, held on Wednesday and Thursday this week, have raised more than €26m in sales. All of the results can be viewed here. Jonathan Fenn, Director at Allsop, commented on the results: ... Read More


The importance of measuring rents properly

Published on May 9th, 2017 | by Martin Clancy

The rental market has, for over five years now, shown increasing signs of distress, with stronger demand but weaker supply each year. Market rents in Dublin, for example, are now 66% higher than at their lowest ... Read More

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