James Nugent

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The elevations come as part of a raft of promotions within Lisney. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Three Lisney agents with years of experience on the residential beat are heading into Christmas with a spring in their step. In a Lisney strategy to(...)

Block R, Spencer Dock, comprises a total area of 128,229sq ft

The Central Bank of Ireland will be hoping to capitalise on the as yet undimmed appetite amongst international investors for opportunities in Dublin’s(...)

Precisely because Catholics are a minority in Britain, there is not the baggage associated with the church’s position in Ireland and decades of close ties with the State and a dominant role in national life. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The decisive vote last May to remove article 40.3.3 banning abortion from Bunreacht na hÉireann has generally come to be seen as dramatically underlin(...)

“Well-located retail units where shoppers can get a fuller experience could prove very attractive.” Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Which sectors of the market will be most active next year? It appears there’s a wall of money chasing the private rented sector (PRS) and we anticipat(...)

David Hourihan

The Property Services Regulatory Authority (PSRA) now recognises University College of Estate Management’s (UCEM) undergraduate and postgraduate real (...)

The Velasco building on Grand Canal , Dublin, which was let to Google in 2017.

The continuing increase in office rental prices is forcing Irish companies to consider locations outside of Dublin’s city centre, Lisney has said. S(...)

The Velasco building on Grand Canal , Dublin, which was let to Google in 2017.

Tech companies are expected to continue to dominate Dublin city centre’s office stock in 2018 with Facebook and Google alone on track to occupy 4 per (...)

Demand outstripping supply: offices  under construction in Dublin. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Soaring demand for office space in Dublin city centre could result in many indigenous firms being priced out of the market, Lisney has warned. In its(...)

James Nugent, chairman of Lisney, bought a house for €610,000 in 2006 and rented it out. Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

There are two sides to every story. Here’s mine: In 2006, I purchased a small house as an investment for €610,000, paying €45,750 in stamp duty. Hav(...)

Lisney chairman James Nugent: foresees an increased focus on prime multi-family investments

What effects will Brexit and the proposed tax changes have on the commercial property market? The effects of Brexit and tax changes are somewhat unkn(...)

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