Friday February 21, 2020

Groundhog day on the streets of Dublin

Carol Tallon Talking Property: Buyers have only themselves to blame for the current dysfunction in the capital's housing market.

29th June, 2014
The best tip for homebuyers looking outside the city is to choose an area where they actually want to live.

The latest offering from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) last week painted a worrying picture of the Dublin housing market. Residential prices there have jumped an average of 22 per cent year-on-year, which is greater than ten times the increase seen outside the capital - and 22 per cent is the average figure. We know that many properties in key residential neighbourhoods have exceeded this figure greatly.

We can tell a lot about the market from the...

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