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Dublin remains a market divided

Carol Tallon Talking PropertyBuyer bias is leaning towards the southern half of the capital, where prices continue to rise.

17th November, 2013
Has the age-old division between the northside and southside, which had all but disappeared, now resurfaced?

Every conversation about recovery in the Irish residential market carries the same qualifier: recovery is happening in Dublin. As one Kerry woman said to me last week: "A house sold here a few weeks ago. Prices seem to have stopped falling, and that's good enough.''

But not everywhere in Dublin is seeing the rampant increases of the past six months. For example, parts of Dublin 15 still carry an oversupply of housing stock, as...

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