Galway city-centre market still strong as investors move in

Residential property prices in Galway have experienced mixed fortunes over the past six months, according to local agents.

9th July, 2005

Residential property prices in Galway have experienced mixed fortunes over the past six months, according to local agents. Houses and apartments close to the city centre have been fetching particularly high prices, but in Co Galway detached dormer houses have flooded the market and are proving difficult to shift, according to agents.

“The market has been very strong over the last six months,” said Paul McLoughlin of Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh, adding that three-bed semis had...

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