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The house-price boom continues. Indeed, in parts of Dublin, the market looks very buoyant.

27th August, 2005

The house-price boom continues. Indeed, in parts of Dublin, the market looks very buoyant.

While surveys may point to a slowdown in the overall rate of house price growth, there is no doubt from today's survey of auction results, and soundings from the market for the rest of the year, that in many places, prices are continuing to soar ahead.

Many forecasters have predicted the end of the housing boom but, for the moment, the...

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