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?
While Ireland is English-speaking and just a short distance from the UK, it is still a different country. Therefore, it is just as important to consider whether a move to Ireland with your children is in their best interests as it would be if you were planning a move to the other side of the world. Fortunately, Ireland has a lot of great qualities that make it an ideal spot to raise a family.
Things are looking very good for Ireland’s economy right now. The country is benefiting across the board from increased international interest, and domestic demand for goods and services is up. Today, we’re taking a look at how the Irish property market is performing to help inform your decision to buy in Ireland in 2018.
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.
If you spent 2017 umming and ahhing over whether to make that leap of faith to Irish property ownership, can we convince you with these ten great reasons to make the life change you’ve been dreaming of?