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Finding employment in Ireland

Ireland is currently enjoying the lowest unemployment rate (6%) it has seen since the 2008 crash. This means you have a great chance of securing work when you make the move.

Brits buying up homes in Ireland

According to recently released statistics from Rightmove, British buyers just can’t get enough of Ireland. In January 2018, the property website saw 508,078 views of Irish properties, a 12% year-on-year increase when compared with the 451,344 property views during January 2017.

Take a springtime viewing trip to Ireland

Before making a significant investment in Irish propert, pay the country a visit to make sure it’s 100% right for you. After all, you can’t judge a country based on episodes of Ballykissangel and Father Ted alone! There is no better time to head to Ireland to conduct this all-important recce than spring.

What do you need to know before moving to Ireland?

When you’re thinking about buying property there is a lot to think about. When moving overseas this is an even bigger deal. There are a number of different specifics that you should consider depending on where you are moving to. For those thinking about moving to Ireland, we have put together a list of the main things you will need consider to help with a safe and secure property purchase.

How to buy a home in Ireland

Deciding to stop all the talking and start serious planning to buy a home in Ireland is an exciting first step. But what next? How do you actually go about buying a home in Ireland? And what are the costs? You’ll be pleased to hear the process isn’t so different to the UK.

10 ways to love an Irish winter

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you need to batten down the hatches – there’s plenty for you and the family to do in Ireland during winter. Today we reveal 10 of the best.

Ireland’s property market update

What will it be: a fisherman’s cottage overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a Georgian terraced house in Dublin with a colourful door? Maybe a castle to call home, surrounded by rolling green hills? Ireland has plenty of housing options and architectural styles to choose from.
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