Working in mines in Oz, I saved enough for a home in Ireland

Electrician Darren Kane saved a 40% deposit for an apartment in Dublin. He returns next year

‘The majority of Irish I know here are going home and are looking at properties.’

‘The majority of Irish I know here are going home and are looking at properties.’

This week, Darren Kane will sign the contracts to buy his first home in Dublin, without having set foot in the property.

Still living in Perth, Australia, the 29-year-old electrician is among a growing number of Irish emigrants who are buying homes “at home” in Ireland, in advance of moving back.

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