Buying a House in Ireland while Living Abroad

If you are planning on buying a house in Ireland while you are still living in another country – it is possible but you might hit a few problems on the way. If you are relocating to Ireland – the most sensible option might be to sell your current property then rent a house in […]
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Currency Exchange for Irish Businesses.

A recent Central Bank review here in Ireland highlighted that any further weakening of Sterling will make Irish exports to the UK more expensive. In the event of a hard Brexit- a weaker pound could coincide with an increase in tariffs on those exports. The total value of Irish goods sold to the UK in […]
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Buying a House in Ireland – Legal Fees and other Costs.

The legal fees and other charges when buying a house in Ireland  (Conveyancing Charges) –  will vary slightly across the country. There are no set prices for legal fees in Ireland – most solicitors will charge a flat fee and some will charge a percentage of the house purchase price. House buyers should be able […]
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Sending Money To Nigeria From Ireland

There are millions of Euro sent to Nigeria from Ireland every year . The exact figure is not known – but in 2017 there were two estimates of €17million and €473 million ! (A big difference) The estimate of €17m came from the Irish Central Statistics Office. The World Bank provided the much larger estimated […]
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