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John Mulcahy: Glenveagh Properties is planning to raise about €350 million before seeking a stock market listing as early as October. Photograph: Shane O’Neill/Fennells.

Few Irish property figures have managed to navigate the industry’s rollercoaster ride over the past decade with the ease of John Mulcahy. As chief e(...)

A housing protest in Dublin.

Just 161 social housing units were built by local authorities across the State in the first nine months of last year, while housing waiting lists cont(...)

Oaktree and Bridgedale’s decision to go down the IPO route comes as the latest data from the Central Statistics Office shows home price inflation running 11.6 per cent. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Three directors behind a new Irish housebuilding company being prepared for a €350 million initial public offering by US private equity group Oaktree (...)

Monteco Holdings  was given permission to demolish the Ormond Hotel and redevelop a new hotel on the site.

Several of the largest international property investment firms currently operating in the State are among more than 50 private companies entered on Du(...)

The Cannon bothers most high-profile purchase was in 2007 when they acquired development land at the Checkpoint Charlie site. Photograph: Getty

Dublin-based homebuilder Cannon Kirk is set to exit Nama, having secured financing from US private equity giant Oaktree to help repay its outstanding (...)

While mortgages in default, particularly early cases in arrears, have come down steadily in recent years, long-term arrears remain stubbornly high.  Photograph: Getty Images

Australian Fiona Arnold had no idea when she attended a party in Perth in February 1988 that she was about to meet her future husband, Sam, and follow(...)

Ireland’s ratio of non-performing loans remains well above the EU average of about 5 per cent.

Ireland’s main banks are considering new ways to shift loans in trouble off their balance sheets as they face mounting pressure from the European Cent(...)

A poster campaign by the Independents4Change group, in Dublin.

You might have noticed a media and advertising campaign by Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar in recent weeks, asking people to report welfar(...)

Document said the Central Bank has “individually posed certain queries to some (if not all) credit firms”. Photograph: iStock

The Central Bank has started to examine whether mortgage lenders mishandled some borrowers who have availed of the most popular form of debt restructu(...)

The former Permanent TSB loans comprised a subprime mortgage business, known as Springboard, which the bank sold in 2014 as it shed unwanted assets. Mars Capital paid about €250 million for the Springboard loans. Photograph: Alan Betson

One of the biggest overseas buyers of Irish mortgages following the banking crisis, Mars Capital, is poised to refinance €332 million of former Irish (...)

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