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Ireland has successfully navigated the unprecedented economic crisis of 2008 precipitated by one of the world’s worst banking crashes. Over the last decade Ireland repaired its economy, restored its reputation and has positioned itself for a pro-longed period of out-performance of its European peers.

A significant legacy of the economic turmoil has been the substantial under- investment in key areas of Ireland’s infrastructure. This under-investment is most acute in chronic shortages of housing, healthcare, educational and energy facilities throughout Ireland.

Bartra Capital Property, with our partners, is investing substantial capital in private residential, public housing, nursing homes, commercial real estate and renewable energy opportunities. Our investment ethos is targets substantial returns for our investors through shrewdly identifying unique investment opportunities in Ireland and leveraging Bartra’s experienced, high quality management platform to execute these opportunities.

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30th January 2018

The output of housing in Ireland needs to treble over the coming years in order to meet demand, according to the Goodbody housing tracker report...

ONE-IN-FIVE inquiries for houses and apartments on the market here is now coming from overseas, according to a new survey. The surge comes on the back...

28th January 2018

  The government is easing the terms of a social housing incentive scheme, in the hope of encouraging pension funds and investment capital...

Ireland is to be the fastest-growing economy in the eurozone out to 2024, PwC has forecast. The Irish economy is projected to show GDP growth of...

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Follow the link below to listen to Michael Flannery's, CEO, Bartra Capital Property interview with Vincent Wall on Newstalk Business Breakfast on Tues...

Report by property group Savills says a record number of people now renting in Dublin. Surge into the rental market means the vacancy rate across Ire...

Greenfield site will host a 221-bed healthcare Minister Jim Daly and Bartra Capital Property’s Richard Barrett “turn the sod” to mark the ...

Bartra aims to deliver 1,000 healthcare beds by 2019 and 2,000 by 2020. Bartra Capital Property Group (Bartra), the investment management company, ...