Hampton Wood Square, Finglas: Ires Reit spent €40 million on 128 apartments in the 2nd quarter of 2018.

Activity in the residential investment market in Dublin – essentially build-to-rent – was larger than the office and retail sectors in the second qua(...)

Demand for rented accommodation in Ireland has doubled over the past five years. Photograph: Moodboard/Brand X/Getty

Avestus Capital Partners, the real estate investment company founded by four former Quinlan Private executives, has raised an initial €160 million of (...)

Chairman of Glenveagh John Mulcahy: Glenveagh will pay about €60 million for a site in Castleforbes with the capacity for 650 dwellings. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Housebuilder Glenveagh Properties announced it was buying four new sites for €120 million before its first annual general meeting, in Dublin on Friday(...)

Hanover Quay in construction: are many purchases short-term plays with investors waiting until the market returns to 2007 levels before off-loading their vast portfolios?     Photograph: Cyril Byrne

In just the last six weeks, 977 residential properties have been acquired by institutional investors, both Irish and foreign. With the sale this week (...)

Cairn chief Michael Stanley  at Six Hanover Quay. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Cairn Homes has agreed to sell its development at Six Hanover Quay in Dublin to a special purpose company managed by Carysfort Capital for €101 millio(...)

Honeypark in Dun Laoghaire: Ireland's largest buy-to-let apartment development has been bought by a German fund.

The value of transactions in the multi-unit residential investment market has increased sharply, according to analysis of the sector by agent Hooke &(...)

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