Irish home prices rose by 8% in the year to February

Prices in Dublin were up by 4% on the year while prices in the rest of the country rose by 11.5%

30th March, 2016
Irish home prices rose by eight per cent in the year to February Pic: RollingNews.ie

Irish home prices rose by eight per cent in the year to February after remaining unchanged month-on-month, the Central Statistics Office said.

Overall residential property prices in Dublin were 36.9 per cent below the peak seen in February 2007 while outside the capital, prices were 35.2 per cent below the record levels seen in September 2007.

",A lack of supply of houses has clearly pushed up prices, particularly in the Dublin area in the past three years, but it...

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