Relevancy is key as retail trends impact on commercial property expectations. Below, we explore the five key trends that are emerging for 2018.
There’s a lot to admire about Scandinavia. The chilly countries up north consistently rank as having the happiest populations in the world (this year, Norway moved to the number one spot from its fourth place slot in 2016, followed by Denmark, and Finland and Sweden also took places in the top 10) and evidence of Scandi-influence is everywhere.
Nearly a decade after the Swedish now-cult classic The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo hit cinemas, Scandi noir films and novels continue to top charts. New Nordic cuisine has influenced Ireland’s own wave of contemporary Irish classics and shops hailing from the north like COS, & Other Stories and H&M dot the Grafton Street sprawl.
A US study showed that staged houses sell almost six times faster, while our own Lisney agents have seen that staged houses – particularly towards the luxury end of the market – achieve higher prices than unstaged properties.
Niamh De Barra is one of Ireland’s leading interior designers and home stagers. Along with her business partner and fellow interiors guru Sinead Considine, Niamh runs The Interiors Project – and has years of experience when it comes to home staging.
There’s the old worry about scratching the back of your head during an auction and the next thing you know, you’re the owner of a four-bedroom house in Tullamore (that won’t ever happen by the way; bids are always confirmed).
To shed some light on the auction process, we’re going to answer some of the most frequently asked questions.
Welcome to our blog page where we provide helpful articles for buyers and sellers of property in Ireland. Our industry professionals will also share their experience of the property market in Ireland and of their local areas.