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Sherry FitzGerald said investors are continuing to withdraw from the market. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

There were 5,000 fewer homes available for sale at the beginning of June than at the same time last year, a 22 per cent fall, as sellers delayed in br(...)

Sherry Fitzgerald also examined data for the first quarter noting that prices for properties excluding new builds grew by 0.1 per cent in the three-month period. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Irish property market has not yet felt the full impact of the Covid-19 crisis, Sherry FitzGerald has warned, as latest data show a smaller number (...)

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The State’s largest estate agent found that second hand house prices rose just 0.6 per cent in the first half of 2019, more than five times lower than(...)

Residential property attracted significantly more capital last year with €654.3 million invested in the sector, up from €110 million the previous year.

The residential property market attracted significant investment in 2018 but it was the office market that again dominated the interest of investors. (...)

“The rental statistics are showing a really, really tight supply...with a little over 1,000 properties to rent in Dublin or 3,000 in the country. It is simply not enough.” Photograph: Getty Images

Failure to solve the rental crisis for lower-income households will “disable” the economy “very, very quickly”, a leading property economist has warne(...)

Estate agents Sherry Fitzgerald reported on Thursday that house prices rose by 2.1 per cent in the first three months of 2018, compared with 1.9 per cent during the same period last year

House buyers bought 8,400 newly-built homes in the Republic last year, according to the latest figures. Estate agents Sherry FitzGerald’s House Price(...)

Apple’s offices on Half Moon Street in Cork: property dealers Cushman & Wakefield have predicted that properties in Dublin and Cork would continue to attract investment

The Government’s decision to treble stamp duty on commercial property to 6 per cent will most likely hit areas outside Dublin and Cork, according to o(...)

Construction cranes on Dublin skyline: current forecasts indicate direct property investment will  be less than €2 billion this year. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The tripling of commercial stamp duty announced in the budget is unlikely to raise anything like the revenue the Government is expecting, two senior p(...)

The average price of a home in the State is now nearly six times the average income, according to Davy economist Conall Mac Coille. File photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Wire

The average price of a home in the State is now nearly six times the average income, according to Davy economist Conall Mac Coille. He said that thi(...)

In Dublin, just 2,800 properties were advertised for sale in January, down 30 per cent year on year, according to analysis by Sherry FitzGerald. Photograph: iStock

The number of housing units for sale in the Republic declined by 17 per cent to 22,100 year-on-year in January, according to an analysis by Sherry Fit(...)