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By Namawinelake The IMF thinks it should be levied at yearly 0.5% of a home’s market value, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan indicated that it will be closer to 0.25% and because the IMF was using out-of-date figures for local authority rates … Continue reading
By namawinelake Tomorrow sees the launch of a much needed house price index by the Central Statistics Office (CSO). It is particularly welcome since the other leading actual price indicator, the Permanent TSB/ESRI quarterly index has not been published … Continue reading
House Prices in 2011 – the predictions January 5, 2011 by namawinelake This week sees a raft of statistics on asking prices of residential property in the State for the last three months of 2010 (DAFT.ie, Myhome.ie and Sherry Fitzgerald). By … Continue reading
By Charlie Weston and Brendan Keenan Thursday December 09 2010 THE Budget contained a number of measures that were little noticed when it was announced on Tuesday night. Here are a ‘dirty dozen’ of the measures that proved to be … Continue reading
Well it seems like Tom Parlon, the Director General of the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) got his way on stamp duty in Budget 2011 as he expressed himself pleased with the replacement of current residential stamp duty arrangements which see … Continue reading