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Horse Island, Roaringwater Bay, Co Cork

A romantic west Cork island resort dotted with luxury homes worthy of a reality TV show has been placed on the international market asking €6.75 milli(...)

Fernbank, a Park Developments project.

Irish property group Park Developments has exited Nama after repaying its loans and arranging a refinancing with AIB and Bank of Ireland. The size o(...)

Ibec’s report comes as it aims to improve property affordability and supply. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Employment in the construction sector will need to increase by 80,000 people just to meet current demand, a report from business lobby group Ibec sugg(...)

Latest figures show Irish property prices rose by 13 per cent in the year to April, against a background of tight supply. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Irish property prices are now rising at the fourth fastest rate in the world, as experts say growth will continue until supply ramps up to meet demand(...)

Paul Howard has a history of rulings against him. Photograph: The Irish Times

Landlord Paul Howard has been ordered to pay a tenant €2,120, after serving her an invalid eviction notice to an apartment in Mountjoy Square, Dublin (...)

In the first quarter of 2018,  3,500 homes were completed, up 26 per cent on the same period last year. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The Government has overstated the number of new homes built in the State for several years by nearly 60 per cent, new figures have revealed. The CSO’(...)

PTSB chief executive Jeremy Masding told the Oireachtas finance committee that the bank intended to reduce its NPLs to a single-digit percentage by March next year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Permanent TSB (PTSB) has offered 400 properties to the State’s housing agency as it seeks to remove its stock of about 2,000 properties from its books(...)

Dunlin: more than 1,000 homes will lose gardens and parking places under plans to create 230km of expanded bus lanes and 200km of cycle lanes within a decade. Photograph: Alan Betson

Houses affected by the National Transport Authority’s plan to create 16 high-speed bus routes in Dublin could fall in value by a quarter, one property(...)

Government policy has contributed overall to an increase in prices in rent, says Dermot O’Leary of Goodbody Stockbrokers. Photograph: iStock

Dublin City Council is paying as much as €2,800 a month – considerably more than Government-set limits – to a landlord to house a family in the city, (...)

A building developed for student accommodation in Cork city. Photograph: John Roche Photography

Some 6,180 student bed spaces are under construction in Dublin, with more than a third of those due to be delivered this year, research from commercia(...)

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