• Land Prices

    Nationwide Average Farm Land Prices Remain Steady

    by  • January 21, 2016 • Agricultural, Farms, Land Prices

     FINDS GANLY WALTERS IN NEW NATIONAL SURVEY DOWNLOAD SURVEY HERE Irish agricultural land values on average nationally continued to stabilise in 2015, finds leading estate agents Ganly Walters in a new national survey. For the second consecutive year the national average price was over €10,000 per acre. The Ganly Walters Farm Market Survey 2015...

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    Ganly Walters raises €2m

    by  • August 4, 2015 • Auctions, Editorial, Land Prices, sales

    Ganly Walters raised more than €2 million at its end-of-season auctions through its GW2 division. At its July auction at Leopardstown, the most interesting property sold was a coastal strip between Rathnew and Ashford which was sandwiched between railway line and the coast and measured between 100 metres and 200 metres at the widest,...

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    Looking at the land

    by  • July 1, 2015 • Editorial, Land Prices

    A new SCSI/Teagasc report on the land market shows a complex picture in terms of agricultural land price movements in Ireland. CONOR O’DONOVAN and STEPHEN KAVANAGH report.From left: Stephen Kavanagh and Tom McDonald of the SCSI Rural Professional Group, with Trevor Donnellan and Kevin Hanrahan of Teagasc, and Teagasc Director Gerry Boyle.The SCSI/Teagasc Land...

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    Editorial – Stud Farms put Irish High-End Property Market Back in the Saddle 

    by  • March 4, 2015 • Country & Period Houses, Land Prices, sales

    Ireland property | Growing interest in stud farms from equestrian buyers in China and the Middle East is helping to lift the high-end market.By Nick Foster (Financial Times)With its dramatic, indented coastline, peaceful countryside and equestrian traditions, Ireland would appear to be an attractive bet for international homebuyers unfazed by the prospect of investing in what has been one of Europe’s most volatile...

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    More Than 50% Of Irish Construction Companies Expect To Grow Their Business This Year

    by  • July 2, 2014 • Dublin Residential, Land Prices, sales

    More than half of Irish construction companies expect their business to grow this year, while three out of four construction companies will take on extra staff if they increase their revenue.  That’s according to the latest Construction Confidence Index, prepared by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF). Additionally 77% of construction companies say the number...

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    Ganly Walters Outlook 2014

    by  • January 17, 2014 • acquisitions, Agricultural, Auctions, Commercial, Country & Period Houses, Dublin Residential, Investment, Land Prices, Management, Property Management

    Ganly Walters Market Outlook Report 2014 (< download link here) We are delighted to announce our first annual market outlook which we hope you will find of interest. As you will know the market is picking up and the New Year will see a good deal more activity in all sectors of the property market....

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