Bill Nowlan

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Nama is set to proceed with the sale of Dublin’s Gibson Hotel for €80 million  as part of a €300 million sale of high-profile assets, according to the Sunday Business Post. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Government’s tax rebate scheme for first-time home buyers of up to €20,000 is to be scrapped in the budget later this year. Both the Sunday Busine(...)

New Bancroft in Tallaght: about a third of the apartments have been earmarked for social tenants and the rest will be let on the private market

The Irish Strategic Investment Fund is backing a €30 million rental scheme set up by property players Bill Nowlan and Frank Kenny in its first move in(...)

As organisations get used to the new regime, perhaps they will learn how to provide meaningful levels of detail. Photograph: Getty Images

The year-long soft launch is over. From tomorrow, those who lobby the State but fail to register the activity, or register it late, face fines and pot(...)

Gambling groups Rank Group and 888 Holdings are preparing a shock double bid for William Hill, according to the Sunday Telegraph. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

The Central Bank flagged concerns with the regulator in Gibraltar earlier this year about a number of insurance firms carrying out business in Ireland(...)

Dublin is not building anywhere near the number of new homes that is required. The population is growing rapidly and there is also strong pent-up demand.

Someone asked me recently what the new property norm will be like and when it will arrive. As we start into the upswing of a new property cycle having(...)

Investment in residential property in Ireland was abandoned by institutional investors in the 1970s because returns were inferior to those from commercial property.  Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Investment in residential property in Ireland was abandoned by institutional investors in the 1970s because returns were inferior to those from commer(...)

Second phase city: Dublin is at the second phase of a typical property cycle when prices rise to the level that new development is viable

The commercial property industry is in rude health, with more than €4 billion of investment transactions and 40 per cent growth in values in 2014. Jus(...)

Grand Canal Docks by night: Dublin is no longer being seen by international investors as a basket case for real estate

Some seem surprised that the commercial property market is in full recovery mode in Dublin, with values rising rapidly. They also seem surprised wi(...)

Site at Goatstown Road, D14: the newly-built residence for the Religious of Jesus and Mary with the 2.5-acre development site which has permission for 40 homes. photograph: cyril byrne Site at Goatstown Road, D14: the newly-built residence for the Religious of Jesus and Mary with the 2.5-acre development site which has permission for 40 homes. photograph: cyril byrne

A Dublin-based order of nuns, Religious of Jesus and Mary, is to sell a site with planning permission for 40 houses and apartments at Goatstown Road, (...)

Bill NowlanSummer is here and the property industry appears to be emerging from a long period of hibernation, but during that long four-year property (...)

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