‘The Government needs to set up a taskforce urgently to assess why houses are much more expensive to build outside Dublin city centre than major English cities,’ says Ballymore Group founder Sean Mulryan. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

‘The Housing Fix’ is an Irish Times series exploring solutions to Ireland’s housing crisis – arguably the biggest social and economic issue facing the(...)

Surviving domestic banks have cut their average non-performing loans ratio from a peak of 30 per cent in 2013 to 7 per cent at the end of June, according to Central Bank data. Photograph: Alan Betson

Some 35 so-called vulture funds have filed applications to be authorised by the Central Bank following the passage of laws late last year forcing owne(...)

Permanent TSB (PTSB), once the State’s largest mortgage lender, rebuilt its share of lending to this market to 15.5 per cent in the third quarter, wi(...)

Quintain is one of the bidders that submitted an offer to take an 80 per cent stake in the former Irish Glass Bottle site.

US private equity group Lone Star has abandoned a plan to roll its massive Irish residential landbank into a Dublin-listed vehicle, opting instead to (...)

The Irish Glass Bottle site at Ringsend has   the potential to deliver 3,500 homes for 8,000 people, 10 per cent of which would comprise social housing. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has secured first-round offers from a number of bidders, including Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore Group and US r(...)

Some 1,422 of the loans are secured on private homes, while 510 are tied to buy-to-let properties. Photograph: Alan Betson

A vulture fund that is buying almost 2,000 mortgages from Permanent TSB will repossess most of the homes involved, one activist warns. Majority State(...)

75 St Stephen’s Green:  extends to 102,485sq ft and is occupied by several blue chip tenants including Maples, Avoca (KKR), Hedge Serve and Cantor Fitzgerald

US property giant Starwood is on course to secure about €550 million from the sale of five prime Dublin office assets. Starwood’s decision to dispos(...)

The largest transaction in the second quarter was Lone Star’s acquisition of about 47.7 hectares of land in Cherrywood for a price reported to be in the region of €127 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The value of development land sales rose to €490 million in the first half of this year in spite of a more than 50 per cent fall in transactions, acco(...)

Maurice Pratt. chairman Uniphar with Daryl Byrne, chief executive of Euronext Dublin, and Ger Rabbette. chief executive, Uniphar at the bell ringing ceremony at Euronext Dublin.

Timing the stock market is mug’s game, as Maurice Pratt might say. The then C&C chief executive had to abandon a flotation of the cider maker in(...)

The Drumcondra site forms part of a larger plot being sold by the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin to the GAA.

The GAA is set to receive €105 million from selling on part of a site close to Croke Park that it is buying for €95 million. US commercial property(...)

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