Monday, 8 August 2011


Real Estate Alliance welcomes the recent Government Re-Appointment of Patrick Riney to the Board of the Valuation Tribunal, which he has been a Member of since 1994. He is the Chairman of Real Estate Alliance, a Director of Orchard REA, Dublin, and Vice-President of the Irish Chapter of FIABCI, the International Real Estate Federation.
Pat’s experience of the Irish and International Property Business spans over 30 Yrs. and as a respected Chartered Surveyor, he has extensive experience in Commercial, Industrial, Residential, and also has considerable experience in the Social Housing Sectors.
Pat deals with Valuations, Sales, Lettings, Property Management and all other aspects of the Property Market.

Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Philip Farrell announced

Real Estate Alliance is delighted to announce the recruitment of Philip Farrell to the position of Business Development for the Group. Philip, a recognised expert in the field of property will be responsible for the continuing development of the REA Group across Ireland and abroad.

Boom property details at last laid bare

Vast scale of operations of a State agency vital to Ireland’s recovery is disclosed in a timely and transparent way, writes SIMON CARSWELL, Finance Correspondent in the Irish Times.
FROM ZERO to a working State agency with €72.3 billion in loans and a staff of 150 people in just 20 months is quite some feat.Add to this the fact the National Asset Management Agency is one of the most controversial political creations and one of the most unpopular, and you get an idea of the work completed.
It was timely therefore that Nama should disclose more information than ever before when it published its first annual report, covering 2010, at the Treasury Building in Dublin yesterday