How property prices have started 2017

CSO figures show prices picking up in January after December drop

10th March, 2017
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Rents a particular concern for competitiveness body. Pic: RollingNews.ie

Official figures show that residential property prices made a solid start to 2017, having fallen back in December.

The Central Statistics Office said prices rose by 0.6 per cent in January compared with December, meaning that the annual rate of growth was unchanged at 7.9 per cent.

Cairn Homes yesterday said that the mortgage measures have had an impact on demand, with first-time buyers now having better access to mortgage finance....

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