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Demand will bring stability to the new homes market.

Growth in the construction sector slowed down slightly in December according to the Purchasing Managers Index, but there is no doubt in the residential sector new home commencements have increased steadily in the 18 months.

Housebuilding up 30pc this year

Construction in the residential property sector has risen by more than 30pc over the past year, according to the latest statistics released by the Central Statistics Office.

Supply of new houses to fall short amid surge of demand

House building is set to fall even further behind demand based on new forecasts that put the number of extra homes needed at a higher level than previously thought.   The Economic and Social Research Institute says that demand for new homes will grow to more than 30,000 a year within eight years.   Under [...]

Build-to-Rent ‘could solve housing crisis’, SCSI conference told

Build-to-Rent schemes could offer a potential solution to Ireland’s housing supply shortage and help to steady spiralling rental costs in the process, delegates were told at the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland’s (SCSI) annual conference held in Dublin last Thursday.

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