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Hibernia REIT sees nerves ease about UK crashing out of EU

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Hibernia REIT sees nerves ease about UK crashing out of EU

Irish property firm Hibernia REIT, which mainly leases offices in Dublin, reported a 1.4% rise in EPRA net asset value (NAV) - reflecting the value of its buildings - and raised its interim dividend by 17% on Tuesday. Irish firms put exp...

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Average monthly rent in Ireland now over €1,400

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Wetherspoon adds to its Irish property portfolio

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Major Cork City Centre residential development planned

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Over €100m in funding approved for more than 500 new homes

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Mortgage arrears remain one of the most important issues in Ireland says Central Bank

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Good prospects for Commercial Property in year ahead

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First Time Buyers the main driver of mortgage drawdown and approvals activity

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Dublin office availability falls to 2002 levels

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52.6-acre site in Bray on the market for €27.5m

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Investment in Irish commercial property surpasses €2.4bn in the year to September

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Irish house completions surge in the third quarter

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Transaction activity in the hotel market reaches €221m by the end of September

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Average mortgage rate has increased since last month

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New Frascati Centre in Blackrock now fully open

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