Colm Lauder

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London, the focus for international investors, holds one quarter of Britain’s industrial and retail real estate but 69 per cent of its office buildings

The Irish property market has been through a whirlwind few years, swinging from the best- performing global investment market to the worst and back a(...)

Colm Lauder and Margherita Saltini Colm and Margherita were both national delegates to a pan-European political party – he the organisation’s secre(...)

Investors remained keen to allocate capital in the market as Irish market yields continued to represent strong value compared to equivalent European and global markets. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

The latest returns from the Irish commercial property sector shows that there has been a cooling down in what was the world’s top-performing property (...)

The Dublin 4 office market produced stellar returns of 37 per cent last year while Dublin 2 and the south docks area achieved 28 and 27 per cent respectively

Returns were up 28 per cent last year in Dublin’s office market, according to fresh research from BNP Paribas Real Estate in association with MSCI. (...)

Grafton Street: produced the best annual performance with returns reaching 8.3 per cent in the final quarter of 2015 and 28.1 per cent over the year as a whole

The Irish commercial property market recorded overall returns of 25 per cent in the last calendar year, according to the IPD/SCSI Ireland Quarterly P(...)

The Dublin office market led the recovery in Irish commercial property

During 2014 Irish real estate was the global leader in investment performance as a dramatic recovery took hold. This year continued to be impressive(...)

In many key markets, such as central Dublin offices, the main driver now is rental value growth

Total returns from Irish investment properties hit 6.1 per cent in the quarter to September, falling slightly from the 6.3 per cent registered in the (...)

The office sector was the star performer in the second quarter of 2015

Total returns from Irish investment property hit 6.3 per cent in the quarter to June 2015, rising above the 4.3 per cent returned in the first quarter(...)

Central Dublin offices: capital values climbed by  4.2 per cent in Q1 meaning values are now 44 per cent off the 2007 peak, compared to a 65 per cent decline two years ago

Investment returns from Irish commercial property, as measured by the IPD Ireland Quarterly Property Index, have cooled in the first quarter of 2015,(...)

Offices continued to lead the market in Q4, growing 45.3 per cent year-on-year compared

Overall returns from the Irish commercial property investment market grew by 40.1 per cent year-on-year in the final quarter of 2014, according to th(...)

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