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IIM H2: Property investment in Ireland rallies in the second half of 2017View and download report
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Property investment activity in Ireland increased significantly in the second half of 2017, however the total annual volume remained 35 percent below the five year average, according to our latest Ireland Investment Market Bulletin.Read more
The commercial property market in Northern Ireland finished 2017 in a strong and resilient position with a total investment volume figure of £340.9m, 24 per cent above 2016 and just above the five-year average, according to our latest research.Read more
Cambridge remains top of the league for growth prospects
A flurry of major deals propelled investment volume in Q3 to one of its highest ever for a summer quarter.
Activity in the Northern Ireland commercial property investment market has regained momentum in Q3, recording the second highest quarterly performance in recent years, according to new research published today by Lambert Smith Hampton.Read more
Property investment activity in Ireland was subdued during the first half of 2017, recording a total volume of €782.8m and standing 56 per cent below the half-year average, according to our latest Ireland Investment Market Bulletin.Read more
Office market activity in Belfast for 2017 is on course to exceed the average take-up level over the last ten years with 100,000 sq ft of space currently under offer according to our latest Belfast Office Market Report H1 2017.
The Northern Ireland commercial property investment market is showing signs of bouncing back in the second half of 2017 after hitting five year lows in the first six months of the year.Read more
Healthy volume in Q2 2017 confirmed that June’s snap election had relatively little bearing on investment market turnover.Read more
With an 80% occupancy rate, Manchester’s hotel market continues to outperform the UK average and the city is increasingly seen by investors as a real alternative to London.Read more