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Even when lockdown is over, housing market faces major upheaval

Mark Keenan


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With the growth of remote working, many people have been returning to their home counties and are paying cheaper rents. Photo: Stock.

With the growth of remote working, many people have been returning to their home counties and are paying cheaper rents. Photo: Stock.

With the growth of remote working, many people have been returning to their home counties and are paying cheaper rents. Photo: Stock.

Along with a lockdown of our personal lives and the economy, Covid-19 has also heated up the temperature of Ireland’s property market through a series of irregularities, some of which are expected to dissipate when the country returns to normal. Some won’t.

The biggest issue currently is supply – the Real Estate Alliance (REA) network estimates supply is down by almost 40pc on a normal year.


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