Out of office: House asking prices up 9%; Irish tech companies beat funding record
House asking prices in the third quarter of this year were up 9 per cent across the country compared to the same time last year, according to reports by myhome.ie and daft.ie. The rises in asking prices is slowing slightly. The second quarter of this year experienced a 13 per cent increase in prices, compared to the previous year. In Dublin the price increase was 7.3 per cent in the July to September period compared...
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