The Irish property and housing market have been working to recover since 2012, solely funded byways of international capital.
That’s nearly 6 years of borrowing to achieve a market that remains in the midst of a crisis.
Foreign investors have for long been a very prominent component in the market as they have achieved multiple ways of investing in properties and homes in which provided for a strong return.
International investors have been tracked as using a strategy in which all of their funds went to purchasing the most inexpensive properties in the cities of Ireland and reselling them at extremely high prices to buyers.
This is a smart way for investors to get the highest return possible and make the most out of their investment contributions.
Some investors have begun in the flipping business in which they would sometimes reconstruct entire office blocks for re-selling. By doing this they as said above, are able to buy for extremely low prices and make a large profit margin when reselling.
The latest development in the …