Will the remote working trend last?
An article published by the Irish Times on 1st February on remote working refers to some key data from our Docklands residential market report 2021. “Some people don’t have the right space to work in. A recent report by estate agent Owen Reilly highlighted a near collapse in the short-term rental market in Dublin’s docklands,…
The Sunday Business Post featured our annual report on the Dublin residential market
The Sunday Business Post reviewed our market reports featured on 31st January. Our reports detail the impact the pandemic has had on the rental market, one such being that there is less rental demand for one bed apartments at present. We believe this is temporary and will change when the pandemic comes to an end.…
The Irish Times covered our annual Docklands report
Key findings from our Docklands report 2021 were featured in the Irish Times on 28th January, detailing that 2020 was indeed a challenging year for the Docklands residential market with Covid-19 having a more profound impact on the Docklands than any other location in Dublin. Between March and April, 10 per cent of tenants prematurely…
How much is your House worth in 2021?
We covered Dublin city centre in the annual Irish Independent ‘How much is your house worth’ guide on 23rd January. It was a challenging year for the city centre/Docklands. We expect a big bounce back in 2021. Read full article.
41 Carnew Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7
New listing at 41 Carnew street featured in Sunday Times on 17th January. This chic property has been fully renovated and extended to produce a spacious, light filled home in walk in condition. On the now market seeking €450,000.
25 West Road, East Wall, Dublin 3
Our impressive new listing in at 25 West Road, East Wall is featured in today’s Irish Times property supplement. Dating from the 1920s this super property has been fully renovated and extended by the current owners. On the market seeking €575,000.
Property Price Guide 2021
As part of the Sunday Times Property Price Guide 2021 published on 3rd January, Owen gives a detailed insight into three core areas – Dublin 1, Dublin 2 and Dublin 8. He gives an insight into the demand for city apartments in Dublin 1 with a view that they are set to bounce back. Owen…
Our Year in review for the Dublin Residential Market
Our property insight was featured in the Sunday Business Post with key findings from 2020. Some include how the lockdown freeze created a tenant’s market and in a steep correction, and how rents have fallen 14 per cent in central Dublin and suburbs since the outbreak of the coronavirus last March.
The €1m-plus apartment club: How the other half trade down
Tanya Sweeney looks at six exclusive apartments over the ton for top-end downsizers November 13 2020 02:30 AM Link to article The view from the balcony of the penthouse at Coliemore Apartments in Dalkey, which is priced at €2.3m The owners of those top-end houses worth €3m-plus in Ireland’s most expensive locations also have to…
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.