Tag Archives: residential property

Irish House Price Report Q4 2016 by Daft

Housing market Ireland 2017

Irish House Price Report Q4 2016 by Daft.ie The new housing mantra is supply, supply, supply… Accoring to Daft report, in total, Ireland needs at least 40,000 new dwellings a year and probably closer to 50,000. These will be concentrated in and near the urban centres and will be disproportionately homes for one- and two-person households, such as apartments, downsizer ... Read More »

Two Bedroom Apartment Knocknacarra Galway

Two bedroom apartment Knocknacarra Galway

Two Bedroom Apartment Knocknacarra Galway – 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Spacious two bedroom apartment in a secure Fearnog developement in Clybaun Road conveniently located within a short distance to shops, local schools. Gas central heating. Refuse and parking included in the rent. Rent: €1,050 Per Month Furnished: Furnished Lease: 12 Months Available From: 12/12/2016 Phone: 091 568831 Contact Name: Ocean ... Read More »

The SCSI Annual Property & Facility Management – Residential Seminar

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Annual Property & Facility Management – Residential Seminar will take place on Thursday 25th June, at the Herbert Park Hotel, Dublin 4. The theme of this year’s Seminar is Recurring & Emerging Challenges, and presentations will address a range of issues affecting the day to day practice of a Property Manager such as Fire Safety; ... Read More »

Stamp Duty

Stamp Duty is the government tax related to changing the property ownership details in official documents. The amount of stamp duty payable depends on the price paid (or the market value where the price paid is less than market value) for the property. It also depends on the type of property , if it’s residential or non-residential. When closing a ... Read More »