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Foreigners: Please buy the Irish Land!


daffy 23 | 1,508  
27 Mar 2007 /  #1
Im sorry it's a little late. Meant to do this ages ago!

Foreigners and natives alike! Buy Irish! Please give all your money to the irish economey so that we may continue to sustain, develop and further nurture our economey!

Let us take the taxes on the money you would spend on our land and use it towards the betterment of irish infrastructure, health, education and others besides

Please note - buying irish land does not prevent Irish people not being able to afford irish homes, no no, that our government inability to enforce legislation already in place and to fulfil it promises on affordable housing. Pointer, its not the developers fault the government allows them take cash buyouts! its the government! Its the governments fault for not providing what it promised to the people of ireland (not just irish people :))

Bottem line, Foreigners Welcome! Government - im not voting for you!

and relax
Ranj 21 | 948  
27 Mar 2007 /  #2
I wouldn't mind buying a little plot of land in Cork or Kilkenny!:)
ArturSzastak 3 | 593  
27 Mar 2007 /  #3
I'll come and visit sometime :)

*ON A SIDE NOTE* Anybody got a cure for a huuuuuuuge headache??? My heads killing me. I guess I O.D on soccer :(
ola123  
27 Mar 2007 /  #4
Nice but my thread was much more popular, 3 responses pheeeeeew.
OP daffy 23 | 1,508  
28 Mar 2007 /  #5
popular? controversial perhaps :)

controversy attracts responses. Ordinary run of the mill stuff rarly does :)

thanks for posting :) you're more than welcome to buy in Ireland!
Decorator 4 | 291  
28 Mar 2007 /  #6
I'll post, that makes 6..a much more civilised post than Ola's.. :)
OP daffy 23 | 1,508  
28 Mar 2007 /  #7
I'll post

we can be neighbours! :) we can drink irish tea and go swimming in the sea! :)

and on those rainy days (often :P) we can sit in chillax!
miranda  
28 Mar 2007 /  #8
Daffy,
what are the prices out the in Cork?
OP daffy 23 | 1,508  
28 Mar 2007 /  #9
what are the prices out the in Cork?

varies, naturally city is more expensive but you can get a 3 bed house for 275,000e and sure, if we all pool togehther :) no problem

but a nice little house by the sea, should be 200,000 or around that. (good little house)
RazZ 1 | 180  
28 Mar 2007 /  #10
in dubai the cost of a 1 bedroom apartment start at 500,000 DHS(136,300 $) to 800,000 dhs(218,000$) and that just for 1 bed room apartment.
OP daffy 23 | 1,508  
28 Mar 2007 /  #11
just as well were not going to dubai then :)
RazZ 1 | 180  
28 Mar 2007 /  #12
and im still here sharing my apartment which i myself am leasing. need to get out quick or get a proper job which has better pay cheque:)
miranda  
28 Mar 2007 /  #13
if the't the case then Daf, I am not suprised that people invest in Poland
RazZ 1 | 180  
28 Mar 2007 /  #14
i brought a plot in pakistan near the new upcomming airport which is privite owned.( no government) and i already see the price of that land go sky high. i might wait for a few more year then sell it.
OP daffy 23 | 1,508  
28 Mar 2007 /  #15
I am not supreised that people invest in Poland

neither am i! :) but i felt it only right to invite you here all the same :)
espana 17 | 910  
28 Mar 2007 /  #16
to invite you here

what about razz? do you invite him ?:)
OP daffy 23 | 1,508  
28 Mar 2007 /  #17
as per title of thread, Everybody is invited! :lol:

(it goes without saying they must obey the law)
Decorator 4 | 291  
28 Mar 2007 /  #18
we can be neighbours! we can drink irish tea and go swimming in the sea!

Tea would be very civilised, but if you think for one minute i'm going in the cold waters off Cork for a swim, you have another thing coming.. Seeing how my Fathers family live in Tipperary we'd almost be neighbours :)
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
28 Mar 2007 /  #19
Foreigners: Please buy the Irish Land!

This is a painful topic for me Daffy. When I was working for a short while in Dublin many years ago (for the Irish Tiimes - prodigious drinkers those journos) I stayed in rented accomodation in a nice three story Georgian terrace house down near Landsdowne Road. The owner offered to sell me the house for a very modest price. being young and dumb I declined and spent my money on mountaineering, hang gliding and partying. When I see the price of those properties now I weep buckets.

Now it is too late methinks - so I will decline your kind offer:)
miranda  
28 Mar 2007 /  #20
Szarlotka,

you make me cry.
Decorator 4 | 291  
28 Mar 2007 /  #21
I declined and spent my money on mountaineering, hang gliding and partying

Nothing wrong with that, i did the same that's why i'm poor... but ultimately happy!! :)
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
28 Mar 2007 /  #22
you make me cry.

Sorry:)
RazZ 1 | 180  
28 Mar 2007 /  #23
what about razz? do you invite him

the funny man arose again. is it just me or you are try to hit others too:)
miranda  
28 Mar 2007 /  #24
daffy,
how mych is one bedroom apartment in Cork - I want to start small:)
espana 17 | 910  
28 Mar 2007 /  #25
you make me cry.

and the price of london? have to be crazy buy a house there ......no?
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
28 Mar 2007 /  #26
Nothing wrong with that, i did the same that's why i'm poor... but ultimately happy!!

On balance I'm glad I did what I did. Money aint everything.:)
RazZ 1 | 180  
28 Mar 2007 /  #27
hey is there a way for a Foreigner to buy a land in poland without going to poland?
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
28 Mar 2007 /  #28
ha ha RazZ. You are only asking this question on the Irish land thread so Ola doesn't notice:)
RazZ 1 | 180  
28 Mar 2007 /  #29
:) its better here then there. cos at least i can get a proper answer
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
28 Mar 2007 /  #30
and the price of london? have to be crazy buy a house there ......no?

Crazy - no
Russian - yes

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