Q1 2021 Residential Index
Sherry FitzGerald, Ireland’s largest estate agent, reported today (Friday December 31st, 2021) that the average value of second-hand homes in Ireland increased by 2.2% in the fourth quarter of 2021, with values rising 9.6% cumulatively over the year. This is a notable increase on the growth of 1.3% recorded in 2020.
Total investment into the PRS market this year has outpaced pre-pandemic levels, but with the exit of many smaller investors, reliance on institutional funds will grow.
With approximately 21,000 completions forecast before the end of the year, the New Homes home building sector has demonstrated incredible agility and capacity given the annus horribilis of lockdowns, supply chain challenges and policy interventions. Many of the systemic changes muted are at conception stage. Ivan Gaine looks back, and ahead to what’s in store for 2022 and beyond.
Roseanne De Vere-Hunt, Director and Head of Country Homes at Sherry FitzGerald reflects on an active year for the country homes market in today’s Business Post
The country homes market was one of, if not, the standout performer this year in the Irish property market, with activity vibrant nationally.
Sherry FitzGerald, Ireland’s largest estate agent has announced a new franchise partnership in Virginia, Co Cavan.
The first nine months of 2021 saw agricultural land values in Ireland grow steadily. According to the latest data from Sherry FitzGerald Research, agricultural land values nationally, excluding Dublin, rose by 4.9% over the period. The weighted average price of farmland at the end of the third quarter stood at approximately €9,300 per acre.
Dublin, October 20th 2021: The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) in association with Sherry FitzGerald is launching a national competition for senior cycle students called ‘CIF Build the Future – Schools Challenge,’ which can be entered via www.cif.ie/cifchallenge.
Did you know you can get income tax relief against your earnings from your employment for your pension contributions? And you can pay a once-off lump sum or special pension contribution after the end of a tax year, but before the following 31 October?
Sherry FitzGerald welcome the measures set out today (October 12, 2021) in Budget 2022, most notably the extension of the Help-to-Buy scheme to the end of 2022. However, according to Marian Finnegan managing director, Sherry FitzGerald, “the failure to introduce any serious policies to combat the systematic challenges in the rental sector is disheartening”.
Sherry FitzGerald, Ireland’s largest estate agent, reported today (Wednesday 6th, 2021) that the average value of second-hand homes in Ireland increased by 2.5%[i] in the third quarter of this year, with values rising 7.2% cumulatively over the first nine months of 2021. This compares to growth of 0.7% over the same period in 2020.
Ireland’s largest estate agents Sherry FitzGerald announced today (Thursday, 16th September) the opening of their 100th office which is located on the Phibsborough Road at the historic Doyle’s Corner.
Ireland’s largest estate agents Sherry FitzGerald announced today (Monday, 16th August) that they have opened their 99th branch in Tallaght. The prominent premises, Coric House, is located, in the centre of Tallaght village at the crossroads of Main Street and the Old Bawn Road.