Analysts treat Dublin house price rise with caution

Irish house prices were unchanged in March from February but were 16.3 per cent lower than March of 2011.

26th April, 2012
Dublin: house prices rise marginally

Irish house prices were unchanged in March from the previous month, the first time since August 2010 that values did not decline, the Central Statistics Office said.

In Dublin, house prices rose 0.7 per cent on the month, while apartment prices were up 2.3 per cent.

But the statistics also showed that prices had fallen 16.3 per cent since March 2011 and analysts were treating any apparent improvement with caution. Davy Stockbrokers said in a note that it...

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