According to today's Irish Times, the number of unfinished housing estates has dropped from 3,000 in 2010 to 668 this year.
The number of unfinished estates in Ireland now stands at 668 and more than 19,000 individuals and families are living in almost 500 of them, a new report shows.
Resolving Unfinished Housing Developments, the fourth annual progress report from the Department of the Environment and the Housing Agency, shows the number of so-called ghost estates has dropped from 3,000 in 2010 to 668 this year.
The National Asset Management Agency owns 47 of the unfinished developments, the report says.
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