Post-Brexit business boom could further strain Dublin housing market

Post-Brexit business boom could further strain Dublin housing market

Property experts are warning that plans to lure post-Brexit big business to Dublin will put a strain on the housing market.

The Government is competing to bring the European Medicines Agency here, promising to give it €78m if it sets up in the capital.

However, Savilles Ireland is warning the influx of its 900 staff would put a massive strain on the housing market.

The auctioneer's director of research says we have a limited amount of properties, and that will not change in the short term.

The S&P ratings agency also predicts executives relocating to Dublin will drive up house prices even further.

Post-Brexit business boom could further strain Dublin housing market

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