Market sources have said that the new housebuilding company will contain as much as €100 million of assets initially

US private equity giant Oaktree Capital Management is lining up former Nama executive John Mulcahy to chair a new housebuilder that it is preparing to(...)

The Square shopping centre in Tallaght.

Tallaght shopping centre Nama has appointed agents Cushman & Wakefiled and Jones Lang LaSalle to sell the Square shopping centre in Tallaght, acc(...)

There is currently about 4.2 million square feet (390,000 square metres) of offices space currently under construction in Dublin.

Ulster Bank, which required a £15 billion (€17 billion) bailout from its UK parent during the financial crisis, has cautioned about the “downside risk(...)

Ardoyne House in Herbert Park, Ballsbridge,  was one of the first purpose-built luxury apartment schemes in Dublin

Fifty years ago this year, the landmark Ardoyne House apartment block in Ballsbridge was built. One of Dublin’s first purpose-built luxury apartment s(...)

Billy Telford in his Berlin office, complete with artwork by Eric Powell. “There’s a political game going on here, blaming foreigners coming here with bags of money and spending it willy-nilly.”

Billy Telford scored a coup for his Berlin property company, Next Estate, when he nabbed Ai Weiwei as the Chinese art superstar happened to be passing(...)

The Clayton Hotel in Ballsbridge, Dublin. Dalata is hoping to add 37 rooms, bringing the total to to 341. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

With high occupancy rates, constantly increasing room prices and few new city centre hotels on the horizon, well-established Dublin City hotels are re(...)

JLL deal consisted of a €2.8 million cash payment and a contingent consideration of €1.5 million

Real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) continued to benefit from the upturn in the domestic economy last year with both turnover and profits rising(...)

Dawn  over the City of London. Britain’s £900bn   commercial real estate market was an early victim of the financial market turmoil that followed the Brexit vote.  Photograph: Reuters/Toby Melville

Commercial property auctions are proving an unlikely bright spot in Britain’s real estate market where a steep drop in sterling has attracted overseas(...)

‘Even though the market has performed really strongly in recent years, it’s still pretty fragile.’

The message to overseas property investors at the height of the financial crisis was simple: come for the rock-bottom prices, stay for the tax breaks.(...)

The entire ground floor of a house a short walk from Dalkey village is floored with gleaming pale porcelain tiles, making the space very bright and a(...)

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