There is so much going on in the world today between the invasion of Ukraine and rising fuel and inflation. It’s certainly turbulent times.
One thing that has remained constant over the last two years is the shrinkage of the supply of rental property and properties for sale.
Waterford Property Market Update January 2022 Liberty blue Estate Agents
In this report, I will give you a brief snapshot of what’s happening in the housing market in Waterford right now.
This morning, Monday the 31st of January 2022, Regina had the chance to address Darragh O’Brien TD, the Minister for Housing. Here is what she had to say…
We are thrilled to learn that Dungarvan has been allocated an investment of €1.4 million for a digital transformation hub, which is to include; 90 co-working spaces, an incubation, innovation and commercialisation hub, training workspaces and a digital knowledge facility.
There is a lot happening in the Waterford property market at the moment…
The Waterford Rental Market
In relation to the residential rental market, in December, legislation capping rent increases at 2% per year in Rent Pressure Zones passed both Houses of the Oireachtas. This new law also provides for tenancies of unlimited duration.
I don’t see this being hugely problematic for landlords. Why not? I hear you say…
Welcome to our November Property blog
This month I am focusing on the residential rental property market. In terms of activity very little has changed with respect to supply and demand.
As of today, the 10th of November, while writing this blog there are 11 properties in total for rent on Daft in Waterford City. This includes 3 student properties. There are a further 8 in the County of which one is a holiday home and only available until April to rent.
Today,17th August 2021, there are only 11 properties for rent advertised on daft.ie in Waterford city and county, excluding student accommodation (8)… Read More
In this two-minute read, we look at useful information which you might want to share with your agent to satisfy inquisitive buyers.
You can often tell whether a viewer is keen on a property from the questions they ask. And in our experience, the more specific the question, the warmer the prospect. When it comes to preparing for a sale, the more information that you can share with your agent, the better. Here are five typical questions to get you thinking.
Plenty of interesting reading recently about the property market and why now is not the time to buy property according to David Mc Williams.
Even the economic experts admit that they got it wrong over the last 12 months. Regina Mangan discusses the latest Daft report and her thoughts on where the market is going
I recently sale agreed a lovely site in Stradbally County Waterford. We are also selling two amazing sites in Cheekpoint with breathtaking waterfront views. With all the enquiries I received, I thought it would be a good idea to invite an expert to our Waterford Property Watch segment to answer some frequently asked questions about residential planning permission.
So I got in touch with a planning permmision expert…
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Maria Clifford, Auctioneer, discusses the ‘top of the town’ in her latest Waterford property report. Did you know that there… Read More
Right now it’s commonly said, “we are all in this together,” and yes we are in this together. However, we… Read More
Pat Dunphy of Permanent TSB discusses Mortgage approval during COVID 19 with Regina.
Regina, the Liberty Blue Estate Agents owner, discusses conveyancing, particularly ‘how to speed up the sales process’ with Solicitor Aisling Cahill. This is the first in a series of Instagram live discussions with property professionals.
Find out how you can speed up your sales process with a host of helpful tips and suggestions.
Regina discusses the ins and outs of how to be a successful landlord in 2020. Her landlord tips and tricks… Read More
In this episode, our host, Regina Mangan of Liberty Blue Estate Agents has a really positive chat to Niall Harrington of Fewer Harrington & Partners about what’s on the horizon for Waterford in 2020 (and beyond), including…
Welcome to Waterford Property Watch, the seventh in our series of in-depth discussions on what’s happening in the local property… Read More
Welcome to Waterford Property Watch, the sixth in our series of in-depth discussions on what’s happening in the Waterford property… Read More
Regina talks to David Devine about mortgage approval and all things property. Did you know that there have been almost… Read More
What does the Rent Pressure Zone mean to Waterford landlords? Following the big news about the rollout of the Rent… Read More
Welcome to Waterford Property Watch, the third in our series of in-depth discussions on what’s happening in the Waterford property… Read More
Welcome to Waterford Property Watch, the 2nd in our new series of in-depth discussions on what’s happening in the Waterford… Read More
Welcome to Waterford Property Watch, the first in our new series of in-depth discussions on what’s new in the Waterford… Read More