Real Estate


Ghost Towns May Haunt Ireland in Property Loan Gamble (Update2)

Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) -- The skeleton of an eight-story Dublin office block lays deserted on the north bank of the River Liffey, just next to the financial district that less than two years ago was the heart of Ireland’s economic boom.

Signs of improvement in some parts of the Irish commercial property market

Some parts of the Irish commercial property market are showing an increase in transaction volumes giving hope that confidence is returning to the real estate sector.

An Taisce warns against property boom

The President of An Taisce has said Ireland risks destroying its natural environment unless it avoids another property boom.

Property tax could put sudden halt to home renovation

The proposed property tax will be unable to take account of swings that can occur in the market, writes CAROLINE MADDEN

Retail sector appeals for rates reduction

The Meath Chronicle 10.09.2009
Rates deadline for landlords and agents fast approaching in Northern Ireland

Time is running out for landlords and agents who want to benefit from a reduction on their rates bills.

Retail sector appeals for rates reduction

Recession-hit retailers are calling for a 20 per cent reduction in commercial rates this year, saying that local authorities must act to support local economies and protect jobs.

Property tax would be brutally unfair to Dublin homeowners

Two days after the publication of the report of the Commission on Taxation and it is already clear that opposition to its proposed property tax is mounting.

Indecision over proposed new property tax in Ireland could hold up real estate recovery, agents warn

A decision on abolishing stamp duty for main homes in Ireland and replacing it with an annual property tax needs to be made swiftly to avoid an impact on the country's real estate market, it is claimed.

In Ireland indeed, rentals are the best

Rita Cook Examiner 08.09.2009

Property tax on homes to replace stamp duty

CAROLINE MADDEN Irish Times 08.09.2009
In Ireland indeed, rentals are the best

Elegant Ireland, a specialist in luxury Irish travel, is announcing this year’s best holiday vacation home rentals. Elegant Ireland’s charming countryside and city properties and professional travel services are the ideal combination for an unforgettable Christmas and/or New Year experience.

Property tax on homes to replace stamp duty

RESIDENCES: AN ANNUAL tax on residential property should be introduced and stamp duty on the purchase of main homes reduced to zero, the commission has recommended.

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