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Aengus Burns, Partner at Grant Thornton was first to join Carol Tallon on Property Matters to discuss tax efficient property investing in Ireland. Aengus focuses on the different options for purchasing investment property (personally, through a company or through your pension). Listen back to Aengus to hear about key revenue restrictions on property purchases and revenue borrowing guidelines.
Marie Caffrey, CEO of Universal Floral joined Carol to explain discuss interior landscaping trends for contemporary offices and their own pandemic-responsive screen solutions. Marie talks about the long established business history of Universal Floral as a second-generation business and the services they provide, including their new moss screen solutions for co-working spaces. Listen back to the full episode to hear about changing office trends and the benefits of moss screens and office greenery.
Ed Burke, Founder of Roomigo was the final guest of the week to join us on Property Matters to talk about co-living in Ireland. Certainly, it got off to a rocky start here but where it is headed? Within any discussion about co-living, community is an important topic. Ed draws on feedback and insights from his significant global RooMigo community and explains how the design of a building, and particularly its communal areas, can affect community creation. Listen back to hear Ed speak about likely problems tenants might have with the current guidelines and possible solutions.
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- Produced by Katie Tallon, Hear Me Roar Media