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By: Hutchinson  05/12/2011
Keywords: Stamp Duty, Property News

RONAN McGREEVY The Irish Times – Monday, October 10, 2011 PROPERTY: A PROPOSAL to consider a drastic cut in the commercial rate of stamp duty arising out of the Global Irish Economic Forum has been welcomed by the Society of Chartered Surveyors. The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, said delegates to the forum had impressed [..]

Aine Coffey Published: 5 June 2011 The Sunday Times The coalition is considering axing the clause that keeps retail rents rising, but landlord challenges could bring it down to earth Ciaran Ruane will remember October 20, 2010 for a long time. It was the day Pulse Accessories, the family business started in 1992 in the [..]

24 April 2011 Sunday Business Post It’s been an eventful fortnight for the property speculators. Following the successful auction of distressed properties by British auction house Allsop a certain air of excitement was unleashed in the property industry. The fire sale of properties saw a resurgence of that hysteria surrounding owning property that caused so [..]

24 April 2011 By Emma Kennedy Sunday Business Post The government’s promised economic impact assessment of the proposed changes to Section 23 relief will begin next month, following hundreds of submissions from property owners to the government on the issue. Last December’s budget announced a major clamp-down on legacy property-based tax reliefs, including a controversial [..]

By Geoff Percival Monday, April 04, 2011 ONE of the main representative bodies for the retail industry has called on new Attorney General, Maire Whelan, to tackle the ongoing issue of commercial rent rates by introducing legislation ending upward-only rent reviews for existing leases. Such a move, according to IBEC-affiliated body Retail Ireland, is urgently [..]

TIM O’BRIEN The Irish Times – Monday, March 21, 2011 ONE IN three Irish-Americans has expressed an interest in buying property in Ireland at some stage this decade, according to a survey. The survey by Amárach Research/ also found three-quarters of Irish-American retirees say they would look at spending part of each year based in [..]

By Niamh Hennessy Monday, March 14, 2011 FIRST-time buyers have been told they could receive a €25,000 windfall by purchasing a home this year. Mortgage interest for first-time buyers is being all but abolished from 2012, according to the director of the Irish Mortgage Corporation Frank Conway. He said however first-time buyers who buy this [..]

By Joe Dermody Friday, March 04, 2011 FARMLAND prices have been decimated by four years of nationwide decline, a report out this week shows. The Irish Farmers’ Journal Agricultural Land Price Report 2010 shows considerable regional variation, but average prices have fallen 57% nationally over the past four years. In Dublin, the average of €13,233 [..]

By Ailish O’Hora Saturday March 05 2011 Apartment owners are to take control of their own blocks and common areas under a new law. The law, which comes into effect next month, means developers currently controlling common areas — including car parks, gardens and bin areas — will be given six months from April to [..]

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