A smart investment strategy to make Ireland’s real estate market healthier and more competitive
In the past few years, the real estate sector has witnessed a lot of activity in the market.
Property developers and brokers have started to make deals in the sector, and the property market in Ireland is on the rise.
But while the sector is booming, there is an important caveat: this is still a market that has not seen an acceleration in real estate prices, even though the number of transactions has increased.
“We still have a number of things that are missing in the marketplace, and it’s going to take some time for those things to get fixed,” said Richard Kelly, managing director at Hezzron Property Consultants.
“It’s going be a big problem if the numbers of transactions continue to grow at the current rate.”
“There are a lot more deals going on in the real Estate space, and I think we are going to need a big infusion of capital to really fix that.”
Real Estate sector is the fastest growing sector in Ireland The real estate space is still growing, but there are still areas that need to be addressed.
The main problem, according to Mr Kelly, is that many of the developers are unable to access the capital required to get started.
This means that the realestate industry is still not growing as fast as the Irish economy, and this is affecting the value of properties that are being sold.
“Real Estate has a big role to play in the Irish Economy.
It has been the largest contributor to GDP, and there is a lot to be proud of there,” he said.”
But in the short term, it’s still a slow-growing sector, it needs a lot better investment.”
I think the Government is working on a few big initiatives, but we need more money to make this a competitive market.
“It’s not just developers that are struggling, though.
And with the increasing number of listings, there are a number more deals being made, which means that there are more potential buyers in the process,” said Mr Kelly.””
We see an increase in the number and the quality of the listings.
And with the increasing number of listings, there are a number more deals being made, which means that there are more potential buyers in the process,” said Mr Kelly.”
There is no doubt that the market is becoming more crowded, but the real issue is that there is still no real infrastructure for people to actually buy.”
That is a problem because it means there are not enough people in the industry to fill the gap.
“Mr Kelly believes that the Government needs to do more to attract developers to the market, especially in areas like Cork and Dublin.”
We need to start attracting developers and brokerages to the Dublin market, because the Dublin area is going into a very tough situation right now.””
And with Dublin, it will be one of the big markets in the country.
We need to start attracting developers and brokerages to the Dublin market, because the Dublin area is going into a very tough situation right now.”
The property industry is now booming and has seen a number big property deals in recent years, but it has yet to really make an impact on the value.
The latest report from the National Land Registry showed that real estate transactions increased by 4.3 per cent in March, but that was only because of a large increase in transactions for commercial properties.
That said, that is still the slowest pace of growth for the sector in years.
According to Hezzion Property Consultant, the sector has seen an average increase of 6.7 per cent a year for the past seven years, and that is not sustainable.
“The growth in the business is going down, but as a result we are seeing a reduction in the average growth of the realty sector,” he told The Irish Mail.
“It’s just not sustainable.”