Lecture: Three Hundred Years of Boom & Bust: Dublin House Prices 1708-2008

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Registry of Deeds Archive Services

Henrietta Street

Dublin 1

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Historical analysis of Dublin's property market with Frank Quinn, Karl Deeter, and Simon Farrell

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Based on extensive research at the Registry of Deeds the three speakers traced 300 years of house sales across 10 key streets in Dublin city in order to compile a comprehensive house price index. As well as highlighting the homes of figures such as Arthur Guinness, Charles Stewart Parnell, and Jonathan Swift , this lecture will analyse the historical volatility of Dublin’s property market, and which lessons from history could be applied to today.

Frank Quinn Frank Quinn has lectured in Property Valuation at Blackrock Further Education Institute since 1994. His 2003 masters thesis "Fundamentally Strong or Speculative Bubble" predicted a collapse in Irish house prices. In 2015 Frank, Karl Deeter and David Duffy produced the first historical study of Irish house prices dating back 300 years

Karl Deeter is a compliance manager at Irish Mortgage Brokers and also a columnist at the Irish Sun and The Sunday Business Post where his focus is on finance, taxation and property. He also co-wrote the personal finance book 'This book is worth €25,000' with Charlie Weston

Simon Farrell was the lead researcher on the Dublin House Prices project. His other work is as a professional musician on the double bass. Simon has played with and recorded with many household names like Imelda May and Paolo Nutini.

This event is organised by the Property Registration Authority in partnership with Dublin Festival of History which runs from 1-20 Oct. Dublin's Festival of History is Ireland’s largest free history festival, proudly brought to you by Dublin City Council and is programmed and managed by Dublin City Libraries. Full program at dublinfestivalofhistory.ie

FAQsWhat are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There are no car parking facilities available in the King’s Inn car park. There is limited pay and display parking on Henrietta Street.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT•

Luas: Nearest stops are Dominick Street and Broadstone•

Bus: Routes 1, 4, 9, 11, 13, 16, 38, 38A, 40, 46A, 83, 122, 140•

DART: Nearest station is Connolly Station•

Dublin Bikes: Nearest bike stand is Bolton Street

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Email us heritage@prai.ie

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Registry of Deeds Archive Services

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