Your Search Returned 112 tagged news reports
30 April 2013 Europe was the only continent to see the value of it's most desirable properties fall in the last 12 months, according to research from a global property consultancy, although London managed to buck the trend...However, the average
It won't take that long for the Irish banks to return to profitability," Mr Frisell told the Sunday Independent after the Central Bank launched its latest quarterly bulletin on Friday. "In a year or two, the underlying profitability of the banks
Data from the defaulters list figures from the Revenue Commissioners show there were 55 people prosecuted in Ireland last year for smuggling tobacco into the country and 18 of these had home addresses outside of Ireland. The figures showed there were
Blake, 50, and Monica, 47, don't want to be house-poor and recognize they need to put away money for their retirement. Portfolio Makeover The current consensus is that we are not headed for a U.S.-style correction and that the economy will only be
House prices in Spain have fallen by about 30.4% from the peak levels seen in December 2007...The nationwide house price index dropped 2.5% q-o-q in Q2 2012. Follow us In Q2 2012, the average house price was 1,606.4 (US$1,967.5) per square metre (sq.
Hotels.com Hotel Price Index (HPI), which shows the capital's hotel market pulling away from the rest of the country. According to the survey, the average Irish hotel room price stood at 81 in the first half of 2012, the exact same as last year. The
House prices in London have rocketed to a record high but in the rest of the country they have plunged by up to 20 per cent since the credit crunch began. The biggest risers are in Kensington and Chelsea, where the average property costs a record 1.
Kim Haughton for the Guardian The Irish property crash was one of the biggest in history and has proved the ruin of many as the country tries to shake off the effects of the collapse and subsequent bank bailout. But Dylan Cullen, a 35-year-old
The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Jul. 09 2012, 7:10 AM EDT Last updated Monday, Jul. 09 2012, 7:13 AM EDT Many a child has delighted in popping a wad of Bazooka gum in their mouth, chewing vigorously, and then trying to blow the biggest bubble
Sales took off in the second half of June and prices are rising for the first time in months. Real estate developers will no doubt be heaving sighs of relief. The weakness of sales over the last two years has left them with large quantities of unsold