In the final quarter of 2022 just over €0.75bn of assets were traded across 30 deals. Although Q4 was slightly more subdued than the opening nine months, investment activity for the year now stands at €4.47bn excluding the acquisition of Hibernia Reit by Brookfield. This level of turnover represents an above trend capital investment, approximately 13% higher than the average over the past ten years of €3.95bn.
Irish Investment Market Q4 2022
Kevin Donohue • 31/01/2023
Insights • Industrial
Dublin Industrial & Logistics Market
The Industrial and logistics markets has been one of the strongest performing property sectors from an occupational perspective.Brendan Smyth • 21/03/2023
Insights • Residential
The Irish living sector recorded robust levels of turnover in the second quarter of 2022, as strong domestic and international interest remains for the sector. April to June end recorded €499m across nine transactions. Combining this with investor momentum from the first quarter, living investment activity in the first six months of the year now stands at €877m.01/08/2022
Insights • Land
Irish Development Land Market Q2 2022
Following the sharp slowdown in activity in 2020 due to COVID-19 related market challenges, the Irish development land market witnessed an increase in activity in 2021.Brendan Smyth • 03/03/2022
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