House price inflation almost doubled in Dublin in first four months

But estate agent says regional house price growth is beginning to flag

15th June, 2016
House price inflation in Dublin almost doubled in the first four months Pic: Pixabay

House price inflation in Dublin has almost doubled since the start of the year after stalling last year following the introduction of tighter mortgage lending rules but regional house price growth is beginning to flag, estate agency Savills said.

It said that house price inflation in the capital rebounded in the first four months of the year, rising from 2.6 per cent to 4.6 per cent, as the Central Bank's new mortgage rules "proved to...

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