When the first lockdown came into force last year with a similar ban on viewings, transactions fell off a cliff. Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Not for the first time, the property market appears to be defying gravity. Despite a blanket ban on viewings due to Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions, pro(...)

Davy is forecasting prices to rise by about 3 per cent this year. Photograph: Photocall

The volume of residential property transactions rose by 12 per cent to 13,100 in the first quarter of 2021 as the market continued to shrug off the im(...)

‘Remarkably, new listings for sale in the first quarter were down only 30% compared with 2020.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

House prices rose in Dublin by 1 per cent in the first quarter of the year compared with the previous three-month period but declined marginally in th(...)

Davy’s assessment ‘reflects exceptional export performance, driven by the pharmaceutical and information and communications technology sectors’. File photograph:  Paul Faith/AFP via Getty

Davy stockbrokers has upgraded its growth forecast for the Irish economy on the back of better-than-expected multinational exports. However, it warn(...)

The report also noted that mortgage lending had hit a ‘new cycle high’ of €1.1bn in October. Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

House prices surged 6 per cent last year, the fastest pace of growth recorded in almost three years, according to a report by property website MyHome.(...)

Some 43 per cent of all receipts were from 10 corporate groups in 2019 and 77 per cent of total receipts were from foreign-owned multinationals. Photograph: Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images

A move by Facebook to repatriate most of its intellectual property from the Republic back to the United States underscores risks to the State’s multin(...)

The Department of Finance predicts the State’s budget shortfall next year will be around €18bn. Photograph: iStock

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) plans to raise between €16 billion and €20 billion in the bond markets next year to cover a budget gap (...)

Davy: “If sustained, the recovery in transaction volumes could pose a small upside risk to our forecast for mortgage lending of €7.3 billion in 2020.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Davy Stockbrokers says there has been a faster-than-expected pick-up in activity in the Irish property market that may prompt an upward revision in it(...)

The Myhome statistics showed that asking prices were up on an annual basis in 19 counties in the third quarter, including Dublin and most of the western seaboard, down in five counties, including Monaghan with an 8.3 per cent drop, and flat in Meath and Kildare.

Industry research suggests that asking prices on the housing market bounced back strongly as much of the economy continued to reopen between July and (...)

New figures published  show that 3,397 mortgages were approved in July. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

House prices have bounced back since the lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions, rising by 4.3 per cent between June and August, according to a (...)

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