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The Property Market: FF made a bubble...FG/Lab made a slump

cyberianpan

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Through avarice and gombeenism FF cultured a property bubble

Though they had NAMA , the banks...FG & Lab fluffed it the other way due to incompetence
http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/landlords-may-have-front-loaded-rent-hikes-364741.html

In a report published this morning, Goodbody Stockbrokers’ economists Dermot O’Leary and Juliet Tennent say housing “is the biggest bottleneck” in the economy, “with supply constraints remaining the key constraint to a healthy market”.
The economy is now in trouble due to too low a stock of property...particularly residential property in Dublin.

Sure FF's sin was greater...but it is tiring that Wally Kenny and his limp witted sidekick Andrew McDowell have presided over an over correction

Cyp
 

silverlining

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There was always going to be an over-correction. I don't know how this was to be avoided.
 

Dan_Murphy

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silverlining said:
There was always going to be an over-correction. I don't know how this was to be avoided.
The government should have undertook some housing projects. Some spacious, high rise apartments in the Dublin city centre would be a boon.
 

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the liebour/stickie/disso's have a moxey on their hands with liberty hall, imagne all the appartments, sorry shoe boxes, which can be got into it
 

Victor Meldrew

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Sure FF's sin was greater...but it is tiring that Wally Kenny and his limp witted sidekick Andrew McDowell have presided over an over correction

Cyp


FF's sin will hang round a generation for 20 years. .

FG's is hampering recovery....

Cheap decent housing and cheap decent education builds economies and societies.
 
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