Dublin property is currently very affordable and very good value since the economic crisis of 2008 and the property crash that followed. Property prices have fallen by more than 60% from their peak and the market has now stabilised and there are signs that buyers are returning to the market and that bank financing is becoming more readily available.


The outlook on capital appreciation is much more optimistic than it was a few years ago and for those buyers/investors who are prepared to purchase residential property in prime locations at current prices there is a very good prospect of achieving superior returns over the medium to long term.


The rental market is very strong as many potential buyers, including first-time buyers, are unable to purchase due to the lack of mortgage finance from the bank. The number of people renting has risen by 47% in the last five years. As a result there has been a good growth in rents and this helped landlords to achieve a positive cash flow.


One third of all homes in Dublin city are apartments and the trend towards apartment living is continuing at a steady pace.


Dublin has a very good availability of well-located, recently built apartments and the ideal investment would be a two bedroom apartment close to the main transport links to the city centre.


Dublin is a great capital city with an abundance of shops, restaurants, entertainment and sporting activities and it has a safe and clean environment. Dublin is the centre of business and financial services in Ireland and it has good connections out of Dublin airport to all the major cities in Europe, including frequent flights to London and Paris, and to the main East coast cities in the USA, such as New York and Boston. Dublin also has a large student population who attend its world class universities, such as Trinity College, University College Dublin (UCD) and Dublin City University (DCU).


There has never been a better time to buy a residential property in Dublin. With attractive yields, low interest rates on mortgages, a strong rental market and the prospect of large capital gains, the Dublin residential property market has very good prospects.


With the exchange rate on the Chinese Renminbi (RMB) up by more than 30% against the Euro over the past 3 years, property in Dublin has become more affordable and very attractive for wealthy Chinese investors.


Dublin is a truly remarkable place to live and a compelling place to invest in. Additionally, Dublin’s world famous schools, colleges and universities are recognized around the world as centres of excellence and places to attend are much sought after.


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