Friday August 14, 2020

Commuter belt prices down 40 per cent

Counties within the Dublin commuter belt have not been immune to the general property price fall, with average decreases of around 40 per cent.

16th October, 2010

Counties within the Dublin commuter belt have not been immune to the general property price fall, with average decreases of around 40 per cent.

Homes close to good infrastructure links and amenities within reasonable commuting distance of Dublin city centre continue to draw interest from buyers, however demand for one-bedroom apartments in each of the counties appears to fallen significantly, and interest in three and four-bedroom family homes increased over the summer.

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