3 Jul

Buying a property in Spain – is it the right time ?

Written by Gavan Russell - Director on Thursday 3rd July 2014

After a very difficult economic period, the Spanish housing market is showing strong signs of leveling off and recovery. Home sales increased 14% in the first three months of the year compared to the last three months of 2014.Prices also showed signs of improvement after years of accelerating declines. Average national house prices rose 0.84% […]

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3 Jul

Student accommodation in the UK is now a prime investment

Written by Gavan Russell - Director on Thursday 3rd July 2014

The Financial Times recently reported on this dynamically growing property marketplace. This particular sector has grown from a niche investment to a 200 billion dollar market within only 10 years. This dramatic growth has been underpinned by an increase in the number of students globally from 98 million in 2000 to 165 million in 2011. […]

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1 Jul

‘Widening gap’ in city and rural house prices

Written by Francesco Roset on Tuesday 1st July 2014

from the Irish Independent- Colm Kelpie Overall the average national asking price has increased for the first time in about eight years. House prices in Dublin rose 4.5pc between April and June – the fifth quarterly rise in a row, according to the latest price survey from Myhome.ie. Outside of the capital, the national average asking […]

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13 Jun

High Yielding Investment in the USA – 70% in 3 Years

Written by Gavan Russell - Director on Friday 13th June 2014

The Bakken oilfields in North Dakota and Montana are a prime, short-term investment in the United States. The Transhudson Hotel will feature 396 suites, so invest in your own suite today! Learn more about your next North Dakota investment opportunity!

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5 Jun

Over €160m for 761 apartments in Dublin

Written by Francesco Roset on Thursday 5th June 2014

Article by Jack Fagan from The Irish Times In the largest sale yet of Dublin apartments, the National Asset Management Agency(Nama) is to seek buyers for 761 homes, that are all rented, in four separate suburban developments. Dómhnaill O’Sullivan of Savills and David Cantwell of Hooke and MacDonald are guiding in excess of €160 million for the portfolio, which […]

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29 May

Top locations to go on holiday in Ireland

Written by Francesco Roset on Thursday 29th May 2014

From “The Irish Times”  The judges of The Irish Times Best Place to Holiday in Ireland competition have selected an initial longlist of 25 locations. They include tourist-friendly towns and cities, remote beauty spots, inland and coastal locations. Some are suitable for two week-holidays, others for short breaks.Four islands (Achill, Inis Meain, Inishbofin and Valentia), two quiet west-Cork locations (the Beara Peninsula […]

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27 May

Irish property prices up 8.1%

Written by Francesco Roset on Tuesday 27th May 2014

From  Property Wire Residential property prices in Ireland at a national level, increased by 8.1% in the year to February, according to the latest data from the Central Statistics Office in Dublin. This compares with an increase of 6.3% in January and a decrease of 2.6% recorded in the 12 months to February 2013 and […]

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20 May

Florida Property

Written by Francesco Roset on Tuesday 20th May 2014

Discovering Florida…   Who does not know Florida? The American state is famous for several reasons: white sandy beaches, sunshine, relax, parties… that’s because Florida is also known as “the endless summer country”. It’s no surprise that Florida is home to more attractions than anywhere else in the United States. Whether you’re a visitor or a home […]

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20 May

What’s up in Dublin?

Written by Francesco Roset on Tuesday 20th May 2014

What’s up in Dublin? House prices keep soaring in Ireland, especially in the capital. In Dublin prices rose by 8.9% during the first quarter of the year. But what is this increase due to? Well, one of the main reasons seems to be the lack of supply in the property market. At the moment 400.000 […]

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28 Apr

Discover Portugal- useful info

Written by Francesco Roset on Monday 28th April 2014

Portugal can be divided into 7 main regions: 1) The Algarve is one of the most visited in the country, due to its breathtaking landscapes made up by Sandy stretches, golden cliffs and crystal sea. And there are also the mountains, where people live in harmony with nature and maintain traditions that they love to share. And the […]

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