Is student housing the next big property play or just another bubble?
Higher education is about community and conversation as much as instruction. That's why in-person higher education is here to stay. To match demand, Ireland needs to more than double its student accommodation in the next ten years.
9th Sep, 2020 - 7 min read
Yields, rents and prices: What the long-run Dublin property market data really tells us
While official sources imply that private market rents increased 22-fold between 1948 and 2018, new research we have conducted over the last number of years found it to be a 90-fold increase. The data also reveals startling new number on yields and house prices.
20th Aug, 2020 - 7 min read
Covid-19 has decimated the short-term Airbnb letting industry. But what does it mean for the wider property market?
If working from home becomes the new normal, would the pressure on the Dublin property market be relieved? Could house prices fall? To answer that question, you need to understand the dynamics of the housing market.
7th Jul, 2020 - 6 min read
Height-geist: As planners and developers battle over height restrictions, would you rather live in a tall city or a fat one?
Ireland’s cities are burdened by a persistent shortage of space of all kinds, especially residential. Plus, given the country’s need to go carbon-neutral over the coming decades, Ireland can - and should - go tall.