Buyers must learn to vote with their feet

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A snapshot of the Irish housing market

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A Look Ahead at 2011

Where are we now 2010 was a tough year for the Irish Property market, as was widely anticipated. Property prices fell for the fourth year in a row. Recorded drops for 2010 were 11 – 14 per cent, depending upon which source you choose to believe, none are...

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