The Docklands: one-bed apartments are now changing hands for €200,000
Area focus: Central Dublin

The city centre is never as busy as other areas of the capital when it comes to residential sales. However, it has experienced something of a resur(...)

Mortgage lending may be in the early days of recovery, but there has been a move away from cash buyers propping up activity levels. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

As the autumn selling season revs into gear, buyers and vendors are starting to come out of the woodwork. Rising prices mean that vendors who have wai(...)

The 270 apartments going on sale at Rockbrook are opposite the Luas station in Sandyford

A further 270 rented apartments are to be offered for sale in a single lot at a mixed use development at Sandyford in south Dublin which ran into ser(...)

MedicX has worked in Northern Ireland previously but has yet to make an investment in the Republic.

MedicX Fund, a £291 million (€365 million) healthcare investment property and development company listed on the London Stock Exchange, is in talks to (...)

Bank of Ireland has just introduced a new 10-year mortgage – the only one of its kind currently available in the Irish market.Popular on the continent(...)

The number of restructured mortgage accounts continues to rise as arrangements are put in place to deal with arrears built up in the wake of the crash(...)

Savills is seeking €725,000 for a bank building at Swords town centre in north Dublin. The single- storey listed building is let to KBC Bank Ireland f(...)

The Willis Clan from Nashville, Tennessee, performing in a previous year’s Fleadh Cheoil in Cavan. Photograph: Alan Betson

With “cuts” being the most uttered word in the arts sector, festivals have continued to look to private funders to make their events happen. But sp(...)

Borrowing costs across Europe are falling as government bonds across the euro bloc headed for a weekly advance amid faltering growth and bets inflation will remain subdued.

Irish 10-year bond yields hit a record low of 1.99 per cent this morning, as market sources predict an upgrade for the Irish economy later today fr(...)

The number of mortgage accounts in arrears is continuing to fall as more restructuring agreements are put in place, Department of Finance figures show(...)