In Dublin, the epicenter of Western Europe’s worst housing-market crash, signs of life are emerging for those with access to cash.
Dublin home prices jumped the most in almost eight years last month amid warnings from analysts and regulators that a lack of supply in the Irish capital could stoke fresh financial instability.
Following is a summary of the September wholesale prices report from Central Statistics Office in Dublin:
Following is a summary of the August wholesale prices report from Central Statistics Office in Dublin:
Dublin home prices gained 3.1 percent in April, the biggest gain in seven months, as supply remained tight and the economy showed signs of recovery.
The pristine metal and glass laboratories and landscaped lawns of the Olsztyn Science and Technology Park are a shiny emblem of Poland’s transition from communist state to European Union member, at least on appearance.