MyHome.ie Property Investor Report, 1st March 2012

We are please to bring you some interesting analysis on the residential investment property market in 2012. A big thanks in advance to MyHome.ie who made this possible by giving access to their data. You can get the report here or by clicking on the image to the right.

It was created by Karl Deeter of this firm and Frank Quinn, a lecturer in valuations at Senior College Dun Laoghaire. The valuation models used are Discounted Cashflows, the Investment Method and one developed by Karl which is an after tax comparison against bank deposit returns.

Tom Dunne of Dublin Institute of Technology Bolton Street kindly critiqued the report.

The general findings were that property is still overpriced in our main cities for investors (buyers face different costs/taxes/incentives). This over-valuation will adjust but one big inhibitor to investing in property at present is the taxation of it.

The coverage thus far (eg:

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Residential investment property report: Q3 2009

We are pleased to bring you the winter edition of our Residential Property Investor report for 2009.

(Click on the picture to the left to download it)

This time we teamed up with our friends at propertyweek.ie and MyHat.ie as well as with Frank Quinn who is a lecturer in Property Valuations in Senior College Dun Laoghaire to bring you what we feel is a very comprehensive overview of the Irish investment property market.

We used four different methodologies to look at valuations, discounted cash-flows, the investor method of property valuations, and then two unique versions that look at the performance of a property versus bank deposits factoring taxation in both leveraged and un-leveraged examples.

We have published the analysis element of what we have done and welcome any critique readers may have, we accept that every variance and eventuality can never be fully covered, having …

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