Dublin, 1st March 2014 – Commercial property consultants CBRE today released their first bi-monthly report for 2014, focussing on trends in all sectors of the Irish commercial property market. As predicted in their Outlook 2014 report at the beginning of the year, the property consultants report buoyant activity in all sectors of the Irish commercial property market since the beginning of 2014, fuelled to a large extent by a carryover of property transactions from last year with several large portfolios of assets and loans being released for sale towards the end of 2013 and being traded during January and February.
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