For sale never occupied

Housing shortage? I think we may have a solution. :open_mouth:

**Wicklow **

daft.ie/searchsale.daft?id=275896&search=1

**Louth **

daft.ie/searchsale.daft?id=265383&search=1

Have a look at daft/myhome anytime, plenty of houses/apts with bare walls, some of them speculator related!

2 bed apartments in that development in Louth were 310k in Feb 07

tribune.ie/2007/02/18/82209.html

Now they’re 210k. A 32% drop and most or all of them are still for sale:

daft.ie/searchsale.daft?id=265360

A good time to buy a townhouse in the development?

Now, Delgany Wood, why does that name sound familiar …

braypeople.ie/news/residents … 79320.html

Oh yeah, that’s why.

If including this incident it qualifies as

then we really are truely F#@ked

Blue Horseshoe

Let me see. If I went along to an estate to look at a house and there were people picketing outside about the big drop in price, I think I’d buy on the spot. Deluded fools. They think someone looking to buy would sympathise with them and not buy instead of being happy about price drops. :unamused: :unamused: :unamused: :unamused: :unamused: :unamused: :unamused: :unamused:

Thats some drop, doesn’t seem to have made it’s way on to the Daft report.

Ah yes that’d be the empties…

Pffft! It’s a holiday home…

Read the article again, the residents are protesting in order to warn any potential buyers that the developer believes further drops are on the way so anyone interested in Delgany should wait 6 months and buy the house even cheaper.

Join me. Don’t let the facts stop your indignation. :stuck_out_tongue: