Ires Reit

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Expected rents at Hampton Wood in Finglas are € 1,350 per month for a one-bed, and € 1,700 for a two-bed.

Property investment company Ires Reit is looking to beef up its rental portfolio with the acquisition of 128 apartments at Hampton Wood in Dublin 11. (...)

Several companies posted results on Thursday but activity on the Irish Stock Exchange was limited.

European shares slid on Thursday as a flurry of uninspiring earnings updates from retailer Carrefour and advertiser WPP kept the mood downbeat, while (...)

The property sector continues to be attractive for investors

Monday Indicators: Euro zone construction output (Dec). Tuesday Results: Green REIT, Kerry Group, Heidelberg Cement, Dominos Pizza, Home Depot, (...)

AIB closed up by 4.4 per cent, with strong volume traded on Friday. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A busy day in Dublin helped push the Iseq overall index up by almost 1 per cent with strong gains in AIB. In London, although the FTSE was up on the(...)

Exxon slipped 0.4 per cent, while ConocoPhillips was down 2 per cent, weighing the most on the energy sector.

World stocks were down for the fourth day in a row on Tuesday, but strong economic growth in Germany boosted the euro to an almost three-week high. D(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.   There is  limited room for manoeuvre in the budget, with tax receipts still running behind target

When the College of Cardinals, the Catholic Church’s most senior officials, shuffle into the Sistine Chapel to deliberate on the election of a new pop(...)

Rockbrook in  Sandyford where Ires Reit has been refused permission for 492 apartments.

Property group Ires Reit has lost its appeal against a decision refusing it permission to build some 450 apartments in an area in Dublin with high de(...)

Back in April, Dun Laoghaire- Rathdown Council refused permission for Ires Reit’s proposed plans to build 467 apartments at Rockbrook, to the fund’s “serious disappointment”.

The Department of Housing is understood to be unhappy with a restriction on the number of residential units that can be developed in Sandyford in sout(...)

A Bank of Ireland ad has had a mystifying Twitter backlash for highlighting “Orla” and her boyfriend, who moved home to save up a deposit.

An unintentionally funny episode of the pointless drama over a Bank of Ireland blog about a house-hunting young couple arose on Pat Kenny’s Newstalk s(...)

‘The solution to a lack of housing supply is the State building houses.’ File photograph: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

The problems keep coming and the solutions are short. How long before the ongoing rental crisis in the capital is addressed properly? The latest cont(...)

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