Developers may need to go back to the drawing board as one-beds fall from favour
Couples in Dublin are shunning the confines of a one-bed apartment as they struggle to both work and live in two rooms. According to the Irish Times, there’s food for thought for Dublin’s property developers in the latest update on our Q3 Dublin residential market report update, 31st October.
Businessworld.ie features Q3 report
Businessworld.ie features our Q3 report with latest market findings and data in-line with international norms, 28th October. According to Goodbody Stockbrokers, “The Owen Reilly third quarter 2020 report provides a useful gauge of performance at the top end of Dublin’s residential lettings market..”
6 St Patrick’s villas, Ringsend
Our new listing in Ringsend, Dublin 4 is featured in today’s Irish Times, 22nd October. This is a super two-bedroom townhouse in walk in condition and located right beside Ringsend Park.
Owen Reilly teams up with AIB to give advice to first-time buyers
Owen Reilly has teamed up with AIB to share his experience and to give great advice to first time buyers and trends in the current market, October 2020.
1 Erne Terrace featured in Independent.ie
This one-bed period house was one of a number built for railway workers in 1885s and offers buckets of character, but can also positively glow when reimagined by someone with creative flair.
The Sunday Business Post features 17 The Warehouse
A new listing is a loft-style apartment at number 17 The Warehouse, Clanbrassil Terrace, Blackpitts, Dublin 8 was featured in the Sunday Business Post on 27th September. This unique property is now on view.