David Cantwell

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More stringent control of house viewings will cut down on tyre-kickers and nosey neighbours. Photograph: iStock

Next week’s phase of lockdown easing will finally see the stalled property market get back to business. Buyers and sellers who have been stuck in a ho(...)

Dublin city estate agent Owen Reilly: ‘I’ve had the odd investor on looking for property bargains.’ File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Cancelled viewings, cancelled sales and disappearing tenants – estate agents face an uncertain spring season as the coronavirus takes hold. The countr(...)

Overall winners: Hugh Moulton, Avril Clare, Tom Lawless and Alexandra Drummy of William Fry with Peter Dargan of The Irish Times and Johanna Gill of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

This year’s Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland-Irish Times tennis tournament attracted a bumper turnout of property professionals – in spite of in(...)

Cork’s Daniel Hogan is tackled by Cillian O’Brien of Clare during their Munster GAA Hurling Minor Championship clash. Photo: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Dublin bounced back impressively from last week’s defeat to Kilkenny when easing past Laois by 2-21 to 0-7 in their Electric Ireland Leinster MHC enco(...)

Supply-side plans: Construction costs such as levies and tax take  need to be addressed if major apartment schemes are to become viable in 2017. Illustration: Getty

Marian Finnegan, Chief economist, Sherry FitzGerald New dwelling sales encouragingly increased during the second quarter, totalling about 2,400 i(...)

Most of the 129 two-bedroom apartments in the Neptune are expected to attract rents ranging from €1,800 a month to €2,000 for penthouses.

Two British investment companies, SW3 Capital and Tristan Capital Partners, are to pay €72.5 million for a substantial block of apartments under co(...)

“I had lost everything”: Mandy Cotter,   who spoke at the launch of the Homeless Exhibition by David Cantwell, Daisy House

’Tis the season to talk about homelessness. About men dying in doorways. A time to wonder where the bronze statue of a Homeless Jesus lying on a bench(...)

Mandy, photographed for the homeless exhibition by David Cantwell for DaisyHouse

Look up the term “homeless in Dublin” and Google images will return photographs of people begging on O’Connell Bridge, sleeping in doorways, wrapped u(...)

Beacon South Quarter in Sandyford, Dublin 18: currently producing rents of €3.46 million from 217 modern apartments (out of a total of 850) , four commercial units extending to 2,394sq m (25,576sq ft) and 234 basement car parking spaces.

In the largest sale yet of Dublin apartments, the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is to seek buyers for 761 homes, that are all rented, in fo(...)

Faces of Cork. From top left: Robert Ziegler, Colonel Barry Hanan, Prof Máire Mulcahy, Billy McGill, Flynn Johansson, Clodagh McKenna, Leslie Buckley and Derval O’Rourke. Photographs: Michael Sheehan, David Cantwell and John Daly

A photographic exhibition that seeks to capture the essence of Cork city in a collection of 60 faces was unveiled yesterday. A fisherman, a film-maker(...)