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Over the past few weeks Enda McGuane, managing director of Winters Property Management, has been answering property related questions relevant to the Covid-19 crisis in The Irish Times on behalf of the Society of Chartered Surveyors of Irelsnd (SCSI). Below is an extract of some of the questions and answers
The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) Annual Residential Property Review and Outlook report reveals that estate agents across the country believe demand will increase across all property types with national house prices anticipated to increase by four per cent this year. The report expects Connacht prices to increase by five per cent in 2019, down from eight per cent as reported in 2018.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has provided valuation services since its establishment in 1982. Shane McDonagh, who has been with O’Donnellan & Joyce since 2014, graduated with a BA in property studies in 2012 and has now furthered his education. He recently qualified as a Blue Book valuer, recognised by TEGoVA, which represents the leading professional bodies in real estate valuation across Europe. He is also an associated member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland (SCSI) and a member of IPAV (Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers).
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers started building its foundations about 50 years ago when Colm O’Donnellan and Tony Joyce became friends. Little did they know that one day they would be celebrating 35 years in business. Celebrating the big 3-5 this September means this has been a landmark year for the business duo. O’Donnellan and Joyce became friends at a very young age.
Property agents in the Leinster region expect house prices to continue to rise for the next three years.
House prices will continue to rise until supply improves dramatically, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers has stated.
The housing shortage currently being experienced across Ireland is the result of a decade of underinvestment, according to the Construction Industry Federation (CIF).
Property advisor TWM has launched its quarterly economic and commercial property highlights. The aim of this publication is to provide clients with the economic statistics relevant to the commercial property market in a concise and easy to read format. The update illustrates the changes in the various statistics and how this impacts on the property market. It also contains a Global Watch, which at present includes BREXIT and the Trump presidency, with comments on global events and how this will affect property. The most recent property investment deals and events to watch are mentioned also.
Construction tender prices increased by 2.9 per cent in the second half of 2016, according to the latest Tender Price Index, published by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI). According to the index, prices increased by 6.3 per cent for the year as a whole.
The Construction Industry Federation’s submission to the Central Bank’s review of its macro-prudential mortgage has recommended changes to the rules that would allow the average couple with a strong track record of paying rent to secure a mortgage.