Out of Office: Irish buyers pessimistic over house prices; IMF cuts off Afghanistan
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New figures showed that 70 per cent of Irish consumers expect house prices to increase by 4 per cent or more per annum over the next three years. A survey by KBC Bank Ireland found that higher expectations of property price increases were more evident in Connacht, Ulster and near the border. In Dublin, most respondents said they anticipated lower increases than elsewhere and some said they expected prices to fall. The most common response...
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