An aerial view of the Longford warehouse and lands

Mashup Group to set rents at €4-€5 per sq ft at scheme on 75 acres

An aerial view of the the site shows its location at  Loughshinny village in north county Dublin

Loughshinny site is well-located within short drive of M1 in area of high growth

For those in the middle, the tax burden in Ireland is also significant when compared with international trends. Photograph: iStockPhoto

Yes if you have a big income, but those on low incomes do well by international standards

Galway city: Two-bed apartment in Knocknacarra for €225,000 (Agent O’Donnellan & Joyce)

While supply remains limited, there are still homes available for a range of budgets

Built in the 1980s, Temple House occupies a pivotal position in the south Dublin village of Blackrock

Sale of south Dublin office block offers buyer initial yield of 8.58%

Number 2, Upper Pembroke Street, has been acquired by an Irish investor with the intention of converting it back to residential use.

Pembroke Street property acquired by Irish investor for conversion to residential use

A computer generated image of the streetscape at the Crossings in Adamstown, west Dublin

Store forms part of €500m investment by developer Quintain

 Neil Gibson, chief economist with EY Ireland, warns some people  won’t be able to keep up with price rises in food, fuel and housing. Photograph: iStock

Latest CSO figures show prices rose 5.4% last year – the biggest increase since 2001

The Clonmel Park Hotel, which was built in 2006, has 99 bedrooms.

Deal for four-star Tipperary hotel is latest divestment by Tetrarch Capital

The general tax burden for smaller landlords is acting as a disincentive for smaller investors, according to Jim Clery of KPMG

Some investors have saved more than €2m due to CGT waiver introduced during crash

The former St Mary’s Church in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

St Mary’s on Anglesea Road offers scope for delivery of homes, offices or cultural space

In short, another level of corporate governance and regulatory requirements around pensions are being introduced. Photograph: iStock

New regulations will mean significant change for Irish pension funds

The home adjoins the landmark Becky Morgan’s pub, which itself was put on the market earlier this year quoting €1.3m

Renovated four-bed near Dublin’s Silicon Docks has potential rent of €57k a year

Martina Hennessy: ‘My wish is that 2022 would be the year that the Irish mortgage holder chooses their own financial wellbeing over needlessly paying interest to their current bank.’

Hopes for the new year include financial literacy in schools and return of rent credit

Ashtons pub in Clonskeagh. Photograph: David Sleator

Landmark south Dublin pub is latest acquisition by Irish hospitality group

Barry English, founder of Irish engineering group Winthrop, is understood to have acquired the popular four-star Kildare hotel Killashee from Tetrarch Capital for a sum of about €25 million.

Barry English is understood to have gone sale agreed on popular Kildare hotel

Raffling has also become a tool to raise money for charities and sports clubs,

Could you make more money than on the open market and what are the tax implications?

The Bad Ass Café opened for business in Temple Bar in 1983

Sale of Dublin landmark offers opportunity to acquire fully-licensed restaurant

Cristiano Ronaldo is believed to have benefited from Italy’s tax regime to the tune of several millions during his time with  Juventus. Photograph: Getty Images

Move to Sicily and pay tax on just 10 per cent of your income

A liquidation sale at Aldo’s outlet on Dublin’s Henry Street last Christmas - now the brand is back with two Irish stores re-opening. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Can there be a second act in bricks and mortar or are failed brands postponing the inevitable?

Project Abbeygate – the Electric Garden and Halo nightclubs in Galway

Venues formerly known as Central Park carry value of €3.5m - €5m

A computer generated image of the redesigned 18 Lower Leeson Street

Extensive office redesign of 18 Leeson Street will be completed in March 2022

We take a look at all the banking options, including one ‘free banking’ offer, plus how digital only banks stack up. Photograph: iStock

With Ulster and KBC withdrawing, customers need new homes for their money

New Dunnes Stores shop on site of former Magic Carpet pub in Cornelscourt: The new shop is a couple of hundred metres from its flagship Cornelscourt centre. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Grocery giant sets up shop at Magic Carpet as plan for Monkstown village raises ire of some locals

Once developed, the hotel will extend to about 4,046sq m, with restaurant and bar facilities of about 150sq m

Prime Dublin 8 site is being sold by owners Warren Private and Greenleaf

Current price rises in Ireland continue to lag those seen across Europe – and often by a significant amount. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/ Bloomberg

Prices in Ireland have risen at the second-fastest rate in the EU, a new report finds

Des O’Mahony,  Donnybrook Fair managing director, at its new Dundrum Town Centre store. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

New store will open on December 3rd with food hall, restaurant and private dining

Revenue is responding to our desire for instant gratification with its new real time credit system. Photograph: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek/Getty

Revenue switching to real-time system for claiming tax reliefs

The Purple Heather in Kenmare, Co Kerry

Kerry bar and restaurant The Purple Heather offers potential for a new owner

Ormonde Centre, Clonmel

Modern Ormonde Centre in the heart of the Tipperary town is 80% vacant

Rental market: apartments at Grand Canal Dock in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

With a 34% vacancy rate at one development, supply may be greater than statistics imply

Toy Shop Nimble Fingers, now run by Katherine Staunton, opened its doors in Stillorgan in 1962. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Nimble Fingers seeks planning to build four apartments over expanded retail unit

The Forum in Dublin’s IFSC was once home to Depfa Bank. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Property investor understood to be seeking less than the €37.8m it paid in 2014

Tara House, is located at Annacotty Business Park, a well-managed business park at the edge of Limerick city

Strong interest expected given lack of similar sized warehouse buildings in area

An aerial view of the 29-acre site shows its location adjacent to Clongriffin train station

Shovel-ready site has planning for a hotel, office accommodation and retail space

If you’ve failed to pay your gas bill or your rent, or defaulted on a mobile phone contract, this information won’t be disclosed. Photograph: iStock

If you agreed a mortgage holiday with your bank due to Covid, it is doubly worth looking

The beach at Dunmore East, Co Waterford: Asking prices are rising at a faster rate outside towns and cities as demand surges from people looking to relocate, according to a new report.

Increased demand from those looking to relocate putting pressure on rural prices

A gym is no longer considered a luxury in residential rental developments

‘Amenity wars’ set to break out in Dublin’s private rented market

The showroom can accommodate about 45 vehicles on display, along with customer parking and display area

Property will be sold with vacant possession as motor group reviews Dublin outlets

The site is in the coastal area of Cois Farraige, about 1.2km west of Blackrock village

Development site in Blackrock, Co Louth, has full planning for a range of home types

Uniest’s New Mill student accomodation development in Dublin 8. After years of rapid growth, the sector is expected to slow down. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Report says new supply of student accommodation looks set to evaporate

The Ashbourne site comes with full planning permission for 18 homes

Site expected to attract interest from developers looking for well-located residential sites

The Standard in London

Group expected to open at Ballymore’s Dublin Arch development in 2025

Mark Headon is well known in the Dublin office market and previously worked with Knight Frank

Adviser will help drive growth of firm’s occupier services and office leasing businesses

The site is in a prime location opposite the renowned former fruit and vegetable market.

City centre site has scope for a 10-storey block with 17 residential units

Colliers managing director Declan Stone with the firm's new hires, Caitriona Kirrane (left),  Catherine Loughnane and Kate Ryan. Photograph: Fennell Photography

Real estate adviser makes appointments in research, lease advisory and marketing

Revenue’s projections show a strong recovery in the numbers of people earning in excess of €200,000, with 23,600 expected to earn between €200,000 and €275,000, and a further 23,300 earning in excess of €275,000. Photograph: PM Images/Iconica/Getty

Striking rise in wealth among Ireland’s high net worth as pandemic first hit

Family ties: the value of a loan between parent and child is a taxable benefit. Photograph: iStock/Getty

Finance Bill set to increase taxable benefit on interest-free loans used to help buy homes

A computer-generated image of the proposed hotel and residential development at the old Tara Towers hotel in Dublin 4

Dublin City Council acquires seven units at nearby Elm Park instead in €2m deal

Four Ferns Nursing Home – part of the Virtue Group, on the upmarket Brighton Road –  was constructed at a cost of about €28 million.

Four Ferns to add 33 beds while Belgian Aedifica is set to invest €43.5m in Ireland

Trade remains strong at Ashbourne Retail Park with just two units remaining to be let

Pharmacy to employ more than 250 people and open 11 stores around the country

Choice Homes is the biggest tenant at the Mill Retail Park in Gorey, Co Wexford

Mill Retail Park contains Choice Homes, Iceland, Maxi Zoo and Polonez

Many of those who suggest waiting out the current bullishness of the current market say that when supply increases, prices will drop – but this report suggests only a slowdown in growth, not a fall in prices. Photograph: iStock

Goodbody economist Dermot O’Leary forecasts average house price of €343,729 after 22.5% rise

Common is seeking to operate in Ireland as a build-to-rent company, operating both conventional and co-living apartments

New York-based Common sees opportunity in conventional and co-living apartments

The Frascati buildings, formerly occupied by Swiss insurer Zurich, is being offered with full vacant possession

Frascati buildings come with planning permission to produce a new landmark office HQ

The property, in the heart of Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, is  occupied by An Post and offers a prime redevelopment opportunity

Landmark post office on Shelbourne Road is seeking €1.5m

Nutgrove Retail Park was acquired by Munich-based investor AM Alpha in an off-market trade deal for €66.3 million.

US, French and Dutch buyers very present too as activity rises especially in Q3

Courtyard Business Centre comprises seven separate business units  spread over two stories across three blocks. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell

Courtyard Business Centre offers space for development of 15 homes

You can draw down only a maximum of 4 per cent a year from an AMRF whereas with an ARF you can make a once-off withdrawal of 20 per cent.

Move will offer greater flexibility to some pensioners – but others will pay more tax

Seafield House, Donabate, Co Dublin: sold for close to the asking price of €9.995m

The mansion Seafield House sold for close to €10m asking price

Amazon’s new fulfilment centre at Baldonnell Business Park, Dublin, will serve customers across the island of Ireland and the rest of Europe, housing thousands of products.

Covid-19 and Brexit continue to drive structural demand changes in sector

The acquisition involves Henderson Park acquiring 12 predominantly freehold Hilton properties in cities including London, Edinburgh and Glasgow

Deal is part of broader sale of 12 UK/Irish Hilton hotels involving renovations

Corrib Shopping Centre is home to M&S and Sports Direct in Galway city centre.

Centre near Eyre Square is latest disposal from Marathon Asset Management

According to Ulster Bank, deposit accounts that are due to roll over after October 29th will not do so. Photograph: Alan Betson

‘Don’t leave it to the last minute’ is advice to existing customers

Nutgrove Retail Park in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14: tenants include Homebase, Harvey Norman and Aldi.

Second major purchase for AM Alpha in Dublin this year

The properties are well located in the heart of Ranelagh village.

‘Ranelagh Collection’ of three Victorian houses and two mews for €4.285m

The building is fully let to Bank of Ireland on a 25-year full repairing and insurance lease, with no break option, from December 2006

Flurry of branches set to hit market as Bank of Ireland looks to sell off 82 closed branches

The “Brennanstown” plot is in one of Dublin’s premier postal addresses, close to the villages of Cabinteely and Foxrock.

Brennanstown plot, once subject of a dispute involving developer, is 29.4 acres

Revaluation for the local property tax is finally taking place, on November 1st. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

What homeowners need to know about Revenue’s revaluation campaign

My Place budget hotel and hostel on Gardiner Street Lower offers scope for expansion

Sale includes 10 adjacent apartments with planning in place for potential expansion

John McCartney, left, with Kenneth Rouse, managing director at BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland

Separately, Rowena Crowley appointed to senior position with Knight Frank

Greenogue Logistics Park in Rathcoole, Co Dublin

US group Tosca will specialise in packaging and pooling solutions from new facility

The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath at Government Buildings. Budget 2022 includes small increases  for a range of welfare payments. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Fiona Reddan: It’s a case of a little for a lot of people

John McCartney (l) pictured with Kenneth Rouse (r), managing director at BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland.

McCartney joins commercial real estate group from the Irish Housing Agency

Trimleston House is located about 15 minutes from Dublin’s city centre

Trimleston House 1A and 1B is being offered to the market for €7.25m

One Pico is a stalwart of Dublin’s fine-dining scene. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Asking price for building on Molesworth Place and Schoolhouse Lane cut to €1.5m

85-87 Swords Road, Whitehall, Dublin 9

Ballina branch is quoting €3.6m, Whitehall branch with development potential up for €1.1m

The centrepiece of The Crossings is a two-acre village green

Developer starts construction on 279 build-to-rent apartments as Tesco signs up as anchor tenant

The site is located close to Cabinteely village

Location on well-connected Brennanstown Road likely to attract strong interest

The site is in the village of Naul and extends to  0.73 hectares. Photograph: Tom Coakley

Planning permission for a 110-bedroom nursing home has been granted

The property on Heather Road is located close to the green Luas line.

Unit on Heather Road is let to French manufacturer Sleever until 2034

The property is occupied by Giraffe Childcare  and generates annual rental income of €90,000

Activity in sector continues with Giraffe-operated creche offering a yield of 7.5%

Tax savings made in the years since austerity ended could be wiped out this year, unless the Government takes action next week. Photograph: iStock

Irish families now have lowest tax burden in last decade as inflation rises

Will our families have a bit more money in their pockets come Budget 2022?

We will revisit them on budget day to see how they get on

The resort has stunning views over Sheephaven Bay in Donegal.

Holiday village with 27 villas, a bar, restaurant and function room, has been bought by Melcorpo

Maple House occupies a prominent position in Stillorgan village and is home to a branch of KBC Bank.

Belgian bank is planning its exit from Ireland but building has rent certainty until 2027

A site at Molyneux Yard has full planning permission for a hotel with 244 bedrooms.

Molyneux Yard has planning permission for a 244-bed hotel with cafe, restaurant and bar

The six-acre site benefits from its convenient location adjacent to Tallaght Village, and a 15-minute walk from Tallaght Town Centre, an 18-minute walk from the red line Luas, and bus routes.

Cigarette factory site formerly owned by Bernard McNamara has planning for 502 homes

The new owner can work - or live - in Georgian splendour on Fitzwilliam Square

Building is laid out as flexible workspace but also offers potential as private residence

Twenty-six apartments at Tir na gCapall, Ballybrit, Co Galway, are on the market for €5.6 million

Investment opportunities in Cavan and Galway have combined guide price of over €10m

The prominent site at the corner of Appian Way and Leeson Street has lain vacant for some time.

Planning application is for 44 build to rent apartments at junction of Leeson Street

Deposit interest retention tax is levied on interest earned on bank and credit union savings at a rate that has varied significantly in recent years. Photograph: iStock

Some investors may avoid a liability on gains depending on the regime

Irish property prices rose by 6.9 per cent in the year to June 2021, with Dublin prices up by 6.4 per cent and prices outside Dublin up by 7.4 per cent

A Tipperary town has seen prices jump by 23% in a year. In central Dublin prices have fallen

English golfer Nick Faldo had hoped to design and build a golf course on Bartragh Island. Photograph: Andrew Redington/Getty Images.

Sale brings to an end golfer’s efforts to build Ryder Cup-level golf course on the island

Number 42 Upper Mount Street in Dublin, where Joseph Mary Plunkett was born in 1887

Fund linked to Jim Curley acquires 42 Upper Mount Street in Dublin for just under €2m

Elm House and Oak House are detached units situated within Leopardstown Office Park in the Sandyford Business District

Two modern offices have scope for substantial uplift in rents following re-letting

The two adjoining properties comprise a modern and period building, which extend to almost 14,000sq ft

Two adjoining properties with a rent roll of over €380,000 in revitalised Dublin street

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