Waiting for your off-plan new home

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There are so many advantages to buying a newly-built home but perhaps the one disadvantage is that – once you have signed the paperwork on your new home – it will generally be a couple of months before the keys are officially handed over.  While it can take up to six months to get moving […]

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Creative Storage Solutions

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Even in the most spacious homes, over time you will need to get creative in order to achieve the best space solutions. The good news is that there are many options now on the market to provide space saving options at reasonable prices. Irrespective of the size of the home, it can be difficult to […]

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Welcome to Glenageary!

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    Glenageary is an area in the suburbs of Dún Laoghaire – Rathdown, in South Dublin. While there is no official boundary as such, it is surrounded by the areas of Dalkey, Dún Laoghaire and Glasthule.   In the early 20th century Glenageary and Sallynoggin were considered the same place until the building of […]

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Welcome to Mount Merrion

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  Mount Merrion is a suburban area of Dublin and it is roughly 7 kilometres south of Dublin city centre. It is situated on and around the hill of the same name thus offering panoramic views of the city. Mount Merrion prides itself on its vibrant sense of community and the locals have run a […]

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Room-by-room approach to furnishing your new home

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  Unless you are the lucky buyer of the development showhouse, furnishing a new home can be quite a task, whether you are creative or not it will take a lot of time to get the furnishings right for your new home. You may love your new home but that doesn’t mean all the work […]

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850 homes planned for south Dublin in €375m development

Article originally published in the Sunday Independent, May 13th 2018     House-builder Victoria Homes is to seek planning permission for 850 homes in south county Dublin, in what would be one of the country’s largest residential building projects since the onset of the recession. The planning application for the €375m scheme will go straight […]

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Moving with pets – Things to consider

  It is often said that moving to a new house is one of the most stressful things you will do in life, and moving with pets can make the process a little more difficult. Having a pet to consider means planning must be perfect and as houses often suffer from setbacks regarding timeframes this […]

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850 homes planned for south Dublin in €375m development

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Massive project seeks approval as Lane warns supply could lead to price falls House-builder Victoria Homes is to seek planning permission for 850 homes in south county Dublin, in what would be one of the country’s largest residential building projects since the onset of the recession. The planning application for the €375m scheme will go […]

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Factors to consider when buying a newly built home

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  Buying a newly built home has lots of advantages and once you fall in love with a home it can be hard to be objective, but you must be! There are many factors to consider when buying a new home and we have listed them here to ensure you make the right decision.   […]

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A Quick Reminder About Ireland’s Help to Buy Incentive

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  With the help-to-buy (HTB) scheme back in the media this month (as Fianna Fàil threaten to oppose it in Budget 2019), it’s worth reminding prospective homebuyers that the scheme is still in place and here is a simple guide to make sure all who are entitled can actualy benefit from it: Firstly, the aim […]

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