One of the many wonderful things about Ireland is how easy it is to get around in a relatively short space of time. This means that after you make the move to Ireland, you can look forward to weekends exploring all corners of your new country, from the deserted beaches of Donegal, to the world-famous Ring of Kerry. If you are in the process of planning a move to Ireland, have you taken some time to consider what you will do with your car? Given the country’s proximity to the UK, it makes sense to take your vehicle with you, but what does that involve, and is it worth the time and money? Today,
Since it was announced in June 2016 that the UK will be leaving the EU, record numbers of British people have applied for Irish passports. All you need for Irish citizenship is for a grandparent to have been born in Ireland. This will guarantee your right to freedom of movement within the EU whatever happens with Brexit. But how easy is it in practice to get an Irish passport?
Ireland’s mainly coastal or riverside towns and cities generally boast excellent views over the water and countryside. However, those views come at a cost, according to a new report by Daft.ie. The average sea-facing property costs several thousands more than a non-sea-facing counterpart. So what are the key factors to be aware of that can change the price of Irish property?
According to Daft.ie’s latest House Price report, South Dublin is Ireland’s most expensive location at €599,000 (£535,275) and a property right in the heart of the city will cost €335,000 (£299,345). But, where are the cheapest homes in Ireland? With the average Irish property being €254,000 (£227,000) – it’s clear there are bargains to out there if you’re willing to cast your net further afield. Therefore, today we’re taking a look at where to find the cheapest homes in Ireland.
You did it! Thanks to your meticulous planning and preparation you successfully navigated the overseas property buying process. You also took care of all those other important tasks on your pre-move checklist without a hitch. Everything from sorting your pet’s passport and obtaining the necessary insurance to organising your leaving do. Now that you’re finally in possession of the keys to your home it’s time to turn your attention to settling into your new life in Ireland.
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