2017 saw a sustained ascent in residential property prices in Ireland. Nationally, second-hand house prices grew by 8.4% during 2017, up from 5.2% in 2016. Price inflation took place at a marginally quicker rate in Dublin compared with the rest of the country, with prices in the capital increasing by 8.8%, in comparison to 7.9% outside of Dublin.
2017 saw the fifth consecutive year of above-trend turnover in the Irish investment market, as approximately €2.3bn transacted and 209 deals occurred. Growing demand in Dublin’s office occupier market saw the sector account for approximately €901.4m, or 40% of the year’s turnover.
The following report provides an analysis of the Dublin industrial market for Q3 2017. It provides an overview of the traditional occupier indictors such as take up and availability, while also presents alternative measures for analysing the overall performance of the market.
The following report provides a review of occupier activity in the Dublin office market for the first nine months of 2017. The analysis discusses current leasing trends, development activity and rental levels.