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Property price catch-up continues as Dublin dips

10th February, 2017
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Tight supply to keep pressure on prices. Pic: Rollingnews.ie

Official figures show that residential property prices fell back in December after a strong increase in November.

The Central Statistics Office said prices fell by 0.4 per cent compared with November, meaning that the annual rate of growth slowed from 8.2 per cent in November to 8.1 per cent in December.

The help-to-buy scheme gives a tax rebate to first-time buyers, while the Central Bank in November announced that it was scrapping a requirement for first-time buyers...

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