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The Ulster Bank construction purchasing managers’ index found improving economic conditions supported a higher level of new orders last month

Irish construction activity rose at a faster pace during December as new orders showed strong growth, the latest industry snapshot shows. The Ulster (...)

The Government’s move to offer €20,000 tax rebates to help first-time homebuyers purchase properties has led to a 50% increase in the number of such buyers getting on the property ladder. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The Government’s move to offer €20,000 tax rebates to help first-time homebuyers purchase properties has led to a 50 per cent increase in the number o(...)

The ECB looks set to signal in the months ahead that the period of extraordinary stimulus will slowly draw to an end.

The European interest rate cycle is turning. The days of super-low interest rates are not quite over yet, but borrowing costs look set to start rising(...)

Michael Stanley said he would have liked to increase height to nine storeys, which could have shaved €120,000 off the average cost per unit. File photograph: The Irish Times

The head of one of Ireland’s biggest homebuilders has said the cost of apartments in Dublin could be lowered by about 20 per cent if they were allowed(...)

Cairn Homes is building 122 new apartments in Dublin’s docklands. Photograph: Bloomberg

Demand for residential property in Dublin is sky-high, particularly around Grand Canal Dock, where development company Cairn Homes is building 122 new(...)

“We can get incredible value, because we’re buying in bulk.” Conor Skehan, chairman of the Housing Agency. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

More than 370 vacant houses and apartments have been bought using a €70 million fund established a year and a half ago to provide 1,600 homes for soci(...)

The vacant site owned by the Law Society of Ireland on Benburb Street in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Two Dublin local authorities have failed to list any properties on the register of vacant sites that was set up a year ago to stop the hoarding of lan(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy last October said the Ó Cualann development  provided an “excellent model” from which he was developing a new national affordable housing scheme. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A housing co-operative that last year sold 49 homes in Ballymun at prices starting from €140,000, is to build a new low-cost housing estate in the nor(...)

Construction in the Grand Canal Basin area of Dublin Docklands in 2017. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Just 8 per cent of renters in Dublin’s Docklands are Irish, says estate agent Owen Reilly who is a property specialist in the Dublin 2 area. Reilly’s(...)

Nama has invested €350 million to date in refurbishing, finishing and buying properties to be used for social housing.

Builders funded by the National Asset Management Agency hope to get permission to build a further 8,500 new homes this year, according to its annual r(...)

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