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    Reaction to Budget 2023

    Sherry FitzGerald broadly welcome the wide-ranging cost of living measures outlined today by the Government in Budget 2023. The expansion of the energy credits for homes and businesses, reduction in the cost of childcare, and the changes to tax brackets should help alleviate inflationary pressures and ensure that our economy remains in its robust position.

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    Sherry FitzGerald House Index Q2 2022

    Sherry FitzGerald, Ireland’s largest estate agent, reported today (Thursday, June 30th, 2022) that the rate of house price growth is exhibiting signs of moderation.

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    Country Living: The Pleasures and The Pitfalls

    In our second feature exploring the Great Move to the Irish Countryside, we look at the joys of getting away from it all, but also explore some of the unexpected matters that may irk you. Alongside all that lovely clean air, extra space, greater freedoms for the kids, and gorgeous walks right on your doorstep, what about the downsides?

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    Sherry FitzGerald secures new long-term owner and investment to drive ambitious growth plans

    Sherry FitzGerald Group [‘Sherry FitzGerald’ or ‘the Group’], Ireland’s leading property advisory firm, is pleased to announce its acquisition by CastleGate Investments [‘CastleGate’], a growth focussed family office, led by Roy Barrett on behalf of serial entrepreneur, Tommy Kelly.

  5. Inspiration for Buyers

    Rethinking Rural - Escape to the Irish Countryside

    In the first part of a new series of features, we look at the Great Move to the Irish Countryside. As more and more people are voting with their feet, rural Ireland is wide awake. As well as gorgeous and gloriously spacious, and it is well and truly open for business. So what can you expect? How can you and your family live the Irish dream, and are there any pitfalls to look out for?

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    Agricultural Land - Q1 2022

    The opening quarter of 2022 saw agricultural land values in Ireland continue to grow steadily. According to the latest data from Sherry FitzGerald Research, agricultural land values nationally, excluding Dublin, rose by 3.2% over the opening quarter of the year. Following this growth, the weighted[i] average price of farmland stood at approximately €10,050 per acre.

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    Overall Winner of the CIF's 2022 “Building The Future” Competition

    Mount Sackville Secondary School in Chapelizod, Dublin has won this year’s overall Construction Industry Federation’s (CIF) Building the Future Award.

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    Q1 2022 Residential Index

    Sherry FitzGerald, Ireland’s largest estate agent, reported today (Wednesday, March 30th, 2022) that the average value of second-hand homes in Ireland increased by 2.8% in the first quarter of 2022. This compares to 1.5% in the opening quarter of 2021. Overall, average values have increased 11.1% over the past twelve months

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    Sherry FitzGerald Brady O’Flaherty opens new office in Celbridge

    Sherry FitzGerald Brady O’Flaherty has announced the opening of their second office in Co. Kildare.  

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    Sherry FitzGerald announces promotions 2022

    We are delighted to announce the latest promotions to Director and Associate Director across the Sherry FitzGerald Group.

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    Sherry FitzGerald Annual Conference 2022

    Sherry FitzGerald hosted a hybrid annual conference in Killashee House Hotel on Friday 28th January with an attendance of over 500 professionals from across the company’s network of owned and franchised offices joining virtually and in-person.

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    Sherry FitzGerald announce new opening in Longford Town

    Sherry FitzGerald, Ireland’s largest estate agent has announced a new franchise partnership in Longford Town.

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    Private rental sector key to solving housing shortages

    Total investment into the PRS market this year has outpaced pre-pandemic levels, but with the exit of many smaller investors, reliance on institutional funds will grow.

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    Shared Equity Scheme should increase access to new homes

    With approximately 21,000 completions forecast before the end of the year, the New Homes home building sector has demonstrated incredible agility and capacity given the annus horribilis of lockdowns, supply chain challenges and policy interventions. Many of the systemic changes muted are at conception stage. Ivan Gaine looks back, and ahead to what’s in store for 2022 and beyond.

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    Country Homes Market Review

    Roseanne De Vere-Hunt, Director and Head of Country Homes at Sherry FitzGerald reflects on an active year for the country homes market in today’s Business Post

    The country homes market was one of, if not, the standout performer this year in the Irish property market, with activity vibrant nationally.