Category: property

Property prices see slowest growth in six years – CSO

Dublin residential property prices fell for the third month in a row in the year to September, the latest Central Statistics Office figures show today. Dublin residential property prices decreased by 1.3% in the year to September, with house prices falling by 1.5% and apartments slowing by 0.2%.  The CSO noted that the highest house […]

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Second-hand property prices continue to drop in Dublin – survey

Second-hand property prices continue to drop in Dublin – survey Second-hand property prices in Dublin have decreased by an average of €4,500 in the past three months, a survey has found. The Real Estate Alliance survey found the average house price for a three-bed semi-detached house in Dublin stands at €433,000, for the second quarter […]

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Residential property price growth slows to 3.1% in April

Residential property price growth slows to 3.1% in April New figures show that Dublin residential property prices grew again at a slower pace in April than the rest of the country. The latest residential property price figures from the Central Statistics Office show that prices nationwide rose by 3.1% in April compared to the same […]

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Residential property values rise by €84m per day – report

The value of residential property in Ireland rose by more than €84 million every day over the past year, according to new data. In total, the value of homes here is now €510 billion, an increase of €31bn or 6% on a year earlier, the report said. “While the bulk of that comes from changes […]

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Asking property prices continue to moderate in 2019

Asking property prices continue to moderate in 2019 House prices are still rising, but they are doing so at a slower rate, according to a new report from property website Myhome.ie. The Myhome.ie report showed that the trend of downward house price inflation – first noticeable in the second half of 2018 – has continued […]

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Irish property market ‘leads way in Europe’

Irish property market ‘leads way in Europe’ Growth in Ireland’s property market remains “significantly ahead” of the rest of Europe, according to the European arm of US investment giant Starwood Capital. The European division said Dublin features low vacancy rates in prime offices, hotels that have the top occupancy rates of all cities in Europe, […]

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