Starter homes priced from €240,000 are to be built by Dublin City Council under plans to develop more than 1,300 homes on 30 hectares of vacant land in the city, reports Olivia Kelly of The Irish Times. Read the full article here. Advertisements
According to John Fahey of the Irish Examiner, “As we head into year end, the Irish residential property market continues to be characterised by a major shortfall in supply, which shows no signs of abating anytime soon.” Read the full article on the Irish Examiner.
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Christmas Decoration Tips Decorating at Christmas is great fun but can be challenging. Here’s our top 5 tips to perfectly decorate your home this Christmas. 1) Get your exterior right. Going crazy with Christmas lights can look great but it’s also very easy to get carried away, not to mention the electricity bill that will… Read More 5 Top Tips To Decorate Your Home This Christmas
Using an online estate agent to sell your home makes so much sense Here’s 5 reasons why. 1) You will save thousands! The biggest benefit is the amount you will save. Traditional agents will charge anywhere between 1% and 2% of the sale price, excluding VAT and upfront marketing fees. Online estate agents like YourBricks… Read More 5 reasons why you should use an online estate agent to sell your home