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Enda McGuane to Speak at the National Housing Summit 2019

Enda McGuane, MD of Winters Property will be a speaker at this year's National Housing Summit, taking place in the Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin on 26th June 2019.  The conference will assess the challenges and opportunities in housing, planning high rise and design, with a focus on identifying opportunities in the sector and delivering a vision for the property industry that's ...
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Galway International Food & Craft Festival 2019

Calling all foodies - from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July 2019, Galway will be hosting the first International Food and Craft Festival.  Bringing people far and near together, this will be 3 days of gastronomic alfresco eating, culture and history, as well as entertainment for everyone. Galway will be bustling with people ready to experience international cuisines. The event will promote Ga...
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Georgina Browne Highlights Winters Property Management’s Energy Efficiency in BizPlus Interview

This month Winters Financial Controller and Director of Winters Property Management Georgina Browne was featured by BizPlus.ie, Ireland's largest circulation monthly business magazine.  The interview, titled Bord Gáis Energy Interview: Georgina Browne, focused on energy efficiency at Winters Property Management, and Georgina offered some helpful tips on energy use.  Check out G...
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Is co-living the new co-working?

With a global focus on the work/life balance, the co-living trend is becoming more and more popular as it accommodates younger renters with all the benefits of millennial life. Co-living in Dublin Co-working spaces have already seen success in Dublin, offering an alternative to people who would've previously worked from home or from cafés and public spaces. Following this trend comes co-livi...
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Galway’s Property Prices Come To A Standstill

Galway property prices in the first quarter of 2019, have seen very little in terms of growth. This is despite more than 6 percent growth year on year. According to an average house price survey by the Real Estate Alliance, all major cities outside of Dublin including Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford saw little to no price movement in the opening quarter of 2019. Why is this?  Th...
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