Ires Reit

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Ires Reit owns and lets 102 apartments at The Marker in Dublin’s docklands. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Shareholders in Irish real estate group Ires Reit, the State’s largest private landlord, are in line for a “material expansion” in dividends, accordin(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe: he  has plenty to ponder ahead of announcing Budget 2019 in October. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Irish economy may resemble a Boeing 747 in cruise control these days, but there were warnings this week that the State is “relying on one big engi(...)

Ires Reit chief executive Margaret Sweeney said the company had delivered ‘another strong set of results’.

Profits at Irish real estate company Ires Reit more than doubled during the first half of 2018 compared with the same period last year, the company’s (...)

Government policy has contributed overall to an increase in prices in rent, says Dermot O’Leary of Goodbody Stockbrokers. Photograph: iStock

Dublin City Council is paying as much as €2,800 a month – considerably more than Government-set limits – to a landlord to house a family in the city, (...)

“Congestion and the housing crunch are the things within our own control which, if not tackled, could lead to economic growth running into the buffers over the next few years.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The boom is getting boomier again, even if this time around it is different. And nowhere is this clearer than the jobs market,Businesses, recruiters a(...)

Hampton Wood in Finglas, Dublin, where one-bed unfurnished apartments are to hit the market at €1,500 a month

Ireland’s largest private landlord, Ires Reit, has closed its latest acquisition, purchasing 128 apartments at Hampton Wood in north Dublin for €40 mi(...)

Expected rents at Hampton Wood in Finglas are € 1,350 per month for a one-bed, and € 1,700 for a two-bed.

Property investment company Ires Reit is looking to beef up its rental portfolio with the acquisition of 128 apartments at Hampton Wood in Dublin 11. (...)

Several companies posted results on Thursday but activity on the Irish Stock Exchange was limited.

European shares slid on Thursday as a flurry of uninspiring earnings updates from retailer Carrefour and advertiser WPP kept the mood downbeat, while (...)

The property sector continues to be attractive for investors

Monday Indicators: Euro zone construction output (Dec). Tuesday Results: Green REIT, Kerry Group, Heidelberg Cement, Dominos Pizza, Home Depot, (...)

AIB closed up by 4.4 per cent, with strong volume traded on Friday. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A busy day in Dublin helped push the Iseq overall index up by almost 1 per cent with strong gains in AIB. In London, although the FTSE was up on the(...)

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