About Us

Irish Property Sourcing was set up in 2014 by two successful Irish real estate entrepreneurs. Both have significant experience both in Ireland and overseas in the property investment sphere. Both have also shown extremely good judgement in when to enter, stay in and leave, property markets.




Mr. Condon has been involved in the property industry, both in Ireland and overseas, since 1995. Initially involved in sales in the Spanish market he went on to become the Irish representative of the Federation of Overseas Property Developers and Consultants (FOPDAC – now under the auspices of the NAEA in the UK). In conjunction with a successful Independent Consultancy business he also became an overseas property journalist, reporting on risks and opportunities in countries from Brazil, right across Europe, Africa and on to India and China. He still runs his own blog on a range of topics on the overseas property industry.

He has a wealth of knowledge of the property industry and is actively involved in investment in the Irish market both on his own behalf and representing a range of overseas and Irish clients.




Ms. FitzGerald also has a long history in the property market both in Ireland and overseas. Along with managing a successful overseas property website, she has actively invested in property overseas and in Ireland.

FitzGerald felt that the Irish market was overheating in the early part of the century and actively invested in, and advised clients on, Swedish property investments, which have performed extremely well since their inception.

FitzGerald is now also actively investing in, and advising on, purchases in the recovering Irish market.

The Team

A property sourcing entity does not survive on experienced property experts alone. Condon and FitzGerald have assembled a strong team of financial and legal experts, with specific expertise in property investment, to examine any issues arising during due diligence on properties being sourced for clients.


Irish Property Sourcing operates from offices in Dublin and Louth in Leinster (eastern Ireland) as well as Cork and Tipperary (southern Ireland) – enabling it to assess asset offerings across the entire country from its bases.

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