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Find property and farmland for sale in Ireland

Details on property and farmland for sale, auction results and price trends.
Just over 29,000 acres were brought to the market so far this year, writes Shirley Busteed.
By Shirley Busteed on 25 May 2017
Aisling Meehan answers reader's questions on their standing in a property dispute.
By Aisling Meehan on 25 May 2017
Results just released by the CSO indicate that the national value of land in 2015 was €6,600/acre, writes Shirley Busteed.
By Shirley Busteed on 27 April 2017
The latest SCSI/Teagasc agricultural land review for 2016 indicates that the market in Munster was hardest hit, writes Shirley Busteed.
By Shirley Busteed on 20 April 2017
The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland held its annual rural seminar in the Heritage Hotel, Portlaoise, last week.
By Shirley Busteed on 01 December 2016
The south west is experiencing the greatest pressure in land values.
By Shirley Busteed on 17 November 2016
Nathan Tuffy spoke to Sligo-based auctioneer Roger McCarrick and Roscommon-based auctioneer James Kilcoyne to get a flavour of the current market in the west.
By Nathan Tuffy on 20 October 2016
Pat Quirke from Clonmel, Co Tipperary, starts off our Munster land analysis, along with Tom Spillane and Henry O’Leary.
By Tommy Moyles on 20 October 2016
Situated only a stone's throw from the town of Tuam, Birmingham house is nestled into the countryside.
By Nathan Tuffy on 20 October 2016
The supply of land to the market and the average price of land have both fallen in the UK.
By Shirley Busteed on 20 October 2016
Despite the negativity in the various farming sectors, the demand for land still remains steady.
By Shirley Busteed on 20 October 2016
Shirley Busteed caught up with Paul and Dillon Murtagh, Mullingar, and Pat Gannon, Kilkenny, to chat about the land market.
By Shirley Busteed on 20 October 2016
Winter grazeing wanted for 100 /150 ewes , midland area top money for right grou...
450 acre Suckler unit. Great sheds and house. 55K€ subsidies. Ready to run. ...
Single Room Accommodation available for female students. Fully bed & board....
7 to 8 acres some zonedNo reply by e mail...
At Toorfin, Longford – c. 65 acres (in seperate lots) of meadow/grazing for ...

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