BOOM TOWNS: Australian property and the lessons from the Irish experience

Posted by Simon Dehne on September 27, 2015 in Latest News with No Comments


Australia and Ireland

In September 2008, a helicopter crashed and burst into flames in the Irish seaside town where I grew up.

It was news to me that there was a helicopter in the neighbourhood, let alone learning that it crashed and exploded. As kids, we’d never seen choppers in the area. It was a village north of Dublin and the most advanced forms of transport we’d known to touch the soil were tractors and buses.

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