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Thursday, 6 March 2008

Ireland - Daft - Irish Property Bargains...

Another look at Ireland's daft Property Market In 2008...



Property "bargains" in the news today:



The Ivory Building Apartments, Dublin 2 prices cut...
1 Bedroom: 2007 €390,000 - now €299,500
2 Bedroom: 2007 €489,000 - now €429,500
3 Bedroom: 2007 €650,000 - now €525,000


Dunboyne Castle in Co Meath prices cut...
Apartments 1 Bedroom: 2007 €285,000 - now €210,000
Apartments 2 Bedroom: 2007 €325,000 - now €249,000
Apartments 3 Bedroom: 2007 €365,000 - now €285,000
Houses: 4 Bedroom: 2007 €600,000 - now €499,000




According the Irish Times Newspaper, lower priced homes are selling, and "THE STRATEGY of dropping prices for new homes is increasingly paying off, proving that buyers love a bargain."


...They add that the price reductions have made property, in Ireland, "accessible for first-time buyers who until now have been holding off. Sure enough the bargains have come along, and at a greater discount than most people had expected. Expect to see even more developers tapping into the discount market after Easter when the main selling season gets underway."

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