The Help to Buy Scheme or First Time Buyers Grant is designed to assist first time buyers to get the deposit required to purchase a new home. The incentive provides for a refund of Income Tax and Deposit Interest Retention Tax (DIRT) paid over the previous four tax years to first time buyers.
The maximum relief is 5% of the purchase price up to a maximum of €20,000, and is available to first time buyers .
Some fantastic images of the panel and members of the Glenveagh team present at today’s Investor Day in the London Stock Exchange. The management team showcased the innovation and sustainable work practices at the centre of all Glenveagh operations. The presentation is available to read on https://glenveagh.ie/investors/investorday/ (…) Read More
Glenveagh Properties to sponsor the Meath Hurlers. Glenveagh Properties have announced an exclusive 2-year sponsorship deal with Meath GAA for the County Hurling Teams. The sponsorship will cover Senior, U20, and Minor County Hurling teams. The Glenveagh logos will feature on the shirts of each of these teams. The brand new Glenveagh sponsored Meath GAA hurling jerseys were unveiled in Pairc Tailteann on Saturday morning. The team debuted their gorgeous new kit in style with (…) Read More
Glenveagh Properties PLC are thrilled to have been named as a finalist in Residential Category for the upcoming Irish Construction Excellence Awards. Our Marina Village Greystones project was selected as a finalist for the award on March 28th in the Convention Centre Dublin. Head of Construction Tony McLoughlin said “It’s a huge honour to get shortlisted for the (…) Read More
Just don’t forget the spirit level. Image: Shutterstock/LightField Studios THE SAYING, ‘A ROOM without books is like a body without a soul’ will ring true for any book lovers. If you have a book collection you’re keen to show off, the shelving solutions are essential. Getting bookshelves right can change the look and feel of (…) Read More
Two interior designers give their tips on hanging your pics in a way that’s tasteful rather than tacky. Image: Shutterstock/Photographee.eu WHEN IT COMES to interior design challenges, wall decorations are some of the hardest to get right. It’s the perfect storm, really: a literal wall showcasing who you are and what you’re into. Throw in (…) Read More
About your home Where? In the countryside in Co Galway What type of house? A modern timber-frame, two-storey house How many bedrooms and bathrooms? Four bedrooms, a master ensuite, a main bathroom upstairs and a downstairs wet room When did you move in? In April 2018, we moved into the ground-floor level, but we are still working on the (…) Read More
Aisling Riordan’s Cork home is packed with vintage finds. EACH WEEK, WE ask an Irish person with a passion for interiors about a favourite spot in their home. This week, vintage and retro-lover Aisling Riordan (@vintagehillcork) chatted us through the space in her home which she loves the most: the gallery wall in her dining (…) Read More