Marie Hunt

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Marie Hunt, head of research at CBRE: “Irish real estate, which offers the potential for significant rental growth, remains attractive to institutional investors”

New research from CBRE suggests a slowdown in the amount of commercial property product coming on the investment market as the phase of large portfoli(...)

The CBRE report forecast that prime headline office rents in Dublin would reach €700 per sq m (€65 per sq ft) by the end of 201. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Sale volumes in the commercial property market seem set to ease off somewhat this year when most of the activity is expected to involve the resale of(...)

75 Merrion Square: the refurbished building with 5,494sq ft is on the market with Murphy Mulhall for more than €2.5 million which equates to €4,898 per sq m/€455 per sq ft

The Georgian office market has bounced back strongly over the past two years and, given that the prime Dublin 2 Grade A office vacancy rate now stands(...)

There has been plenty of  appetite for assets such as the Dundrum Town Centre. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

CBRE expects up to €400 million of retail investments and another €400 million of offices to be formally launched for sale over the coming months. The(...)

Marie Hunt, CBRE head of research: said   16 office schemes were under construction in Dubin at the moment,  opening the opportunity for pre-letting space.

Prime office rents in Dublin are up 25 per cent at more than €530 a sq m, according to figures released by one property agency. A total of 126 office(...)

The inquiry heard almost €8bn worth of commercial investment property was sold in Ireland between 2004 and 2008

An acute shortage of office space and affordable accommodation in Dublin is posing a threat to foreign direct investment in Ireland, the Committee of (...)

Marie Hunt, head of research at CBRE Ireland, told the committee much of the development was in parts of the country that did not need it

Extensive land rezoning and a lack of a national planning strategy, as well as cheap bank debt and government tax incentive policy, all fuelled an eco(...)

Grove Court in Dublin 15: producing €979,200, with the State a major tenant

Commercial property consultants CBRE are gearing up for another buoyant real estate market in the year ahead with large volumes of transactions expect(...)

Marie Hunt: “There has never been a busier July and August in the Irish investment market”

The latest bi-monthly analysis of trends in the Irish commercial property market from agent CBRE reports “phenomenal deal flow” as the autumn selling (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore descend a hill at the launch of Construction 2020 at Abbotstown, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Housing experts have expressed concern that plans for a help-to-buy scheme for first-time buyers could simply end up driving the price of housing upwa(...)

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