REA Spratt Newsletter

Providing regular property news from across Ireland

  • REA June 2014 Property Survey

    27th June 2014

    Price increases for houses in the commuter counties around Dublin have outstripped those in the capital for the first six months of the year, according to a national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance. The price of an average three-bed semi in Irish towns and cities has risen by 11.12%...

    Read more
  • REA BROPHY FARRELL OPEN NEW OFFICE

    18th June 2014

    REA Brophy Farrell has opened a second office in Naas, Co. Kildare thanks to an improving property market. Principal of REA Brophy Farrell, Brian Farrell said the company is looking forward to the future. In light of the upturn in the propertymarket we feel we can better serve our clients with...

    Read more
  • REA has announced the addition of four new offices to its national roster

    19th May 2014

    Ireland s fastest-growing network, Real Estate Alliance, has announced the addition of four new offices to its national roster. Real Estate Alliance (REA) is Ireland s leading property group of Chartered Surveyors with over 50 branches nationwide, comprising many of the country s longest-establi...

    Read more
  • €746,000 worth of property sold today at REA Limerick Auction

    3rd April 2014

    The first North Munster Regional Auction of 2014 was held today in the Limerick Strand Hotel and proved to be a huge success with 77% sold at auction 15% immediately after auction to the highest bidder giving a 92% success rate. In summary there were 15 Lots, 2 of which had to be withdrawn pri...

    Read more
  • Property prices up 6.2% outside Dublin as three-tier market emerges

    25th March 2014

    The first signs of a nationwide property recovery in 2014 has been confirmed with one national estate agency group reporting a 6.2% annual price increase outside Dublin as a three-tier market emerges. A survey of 48 Real Estate Alliance members nationwide has reported a mini-boom in the reside...

    Read more