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The housing market in Ireland has been a challenge for potential homeowners seeking to purchase their first home. There are several factors that impact first time buyers in the housing market in Ireland. One of the major challenges that first time buyers face is the limited housing supply in the market. This has been a challenge for many years and has led to a significant increase in house prices. This makes it tougher for first time buyers to purchase as they may not have enough funds to compete with other buyers. Many construction companies have been limited by funding issues and delays within the planning process for new projects. This leaves fewer new homes available in the market and it also drives up the cost of such homes.
O’Donnellan & Joyce started building its foundations more than 50 years ago when Colm O’Donnellan and Tony Joyce became friends. Little did they know they would celebrate more than 40 years in business.
The Local Authority Affordable Purchase Scheme helps people on low to moderate incomes buy homes at reduced prices. New homes under this scheme are located in areas with the greatest housing need and where affordability is an issue. The local authority takes a percentage stake in your home that covers the reduction in price. So, if you buy the home at a 20 per cent discount the local authority will have a 20 per cent stake in your home. If you want, you can buy back the local authority’s stake at any time, but you don’t have to. This scheme is aimed at first-time buyers, but there are some exceptions to this.
If you're planning to make the leap into home ownership in Ireland, make sure you won't be stung by hidden add-on costs like conveyancing fees and stamp duty.
Digital Business Ireland, the country’s leading representative body for the digital commerce sector, and permanent tsb, Ireland’s leading provider of SME and retail banking announced the winners and runners-up of the annual National Digital Awards at a Luncheon ceremony last week.
Looking for a fully hybrid SUV that won’t break the bank? Well, Suzuki has you covered with its new S-Cross Full Hybrid, which is now on sale in Ireland from just €31,895, writes Eoin Cuttle.
Yes, you read that headline correctly. The Arches Restaurant in Claregalway is running a fantastic promotion that offers two main courses for €20, Monday to Friday, from 12 noon to 9pm.
University of Galway has been given the green light for a state of the art Water Sports Centre following the approval for planning by Galway City Council.
From organising a string of Eurovision Song Contests to booking the likes of Tina Turner, there isn’t much that Breda Fox is adverse to turning her hand to, but Tina’s mantra of Simply The Best would be a theme that would run throughout her career.