The road to success in business can often be a bumpy one, although as someone once said: ‘what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger’. That might well be true but there have been times when I felt like death, especially when my business failed first time around and I was left to pick up the pieces of the financial and emotional wreckage that was left behind.
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Things to know about land and property development.
Property development is a business procedure that composes activities that range from the renovation and re-lease of existing buildings to the purchase of zoned land. Developers, like Hugh Leddy source land and connect builders and partner with others to build projects, create and arrange the pro ... Read more
A new housing wealth report compiled by property website Daft.ie shows that new property millionaires are being created at a rate of a dozen a week. There are now approximately 4,000 homeowners in Ireland with properties worth €1 million euro and more in some cases.
The report goes on to state that Sandycove in Dublin has the most expensive propert ... Read more
This week’s news is nothing of a surprise that house prices have increased. Buyers are now paying more than €19,000 compared to a year ago for similar homes. While things are looking better in the market, stock and supply remains a problem if the country is to keep up with demand. The data according to the Irish Independent shows that Dublin (not surprisingly) remain the most expensive pla ... Read more
This heading summarises the Irish Development Land market at the moment and even the Nuns are now in on the game as well. I am shortly entering my 20th year buying and selling land and the demand is now as great as ever it was in the correct locations and there are other areas where there is no demand at all. The pressure to secure and deliver is equally as pressurised at the to ... Read more
As always in these situations buyer beware, online property sales are now very well established and successful in Ireland. Know what you're looking for, download the legal pact and visit/view what you intend to purchase at least once. If you are not ready yet to purchase login and follow the Allsops auction on one or both days and the speed, precision and transparency has to be seen to be belie ... Read more
"The day you buy is the day you sell" has to be the most commonly used phrase for anyone operating in the property market.This fact is definitely is clearly illustrated in this excellent article by Charlie Weston based on the recent census figures.
The old saying "buy land whenever you can because God is making no more of it" is definitely true and relevant in Ireland at the moment. It is when you add in the word development that the story becomes really interesting. There we ... Read more
Here is a link to the results of the April 5th Allsops online auction which resulted in these sales;