Monday October 26, 2020

Housing market starting to stabilise - Danske Bank

The rise in Irish residential property prices in July and August reflects “an improved economic environment, lower interest rates and absence of new supply,” says a report.

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The report said that the trend of rising home-loan arrears doesn’t seem to have broken yet.

The rise in Irish residential property prices in July and August reflects “an improved economic environment, lower interest rates and absence of new supply,” according to a report from the investment banking arm of Danske Bank.

Danske Markets said in the report that the fall in Dublin prices in the three months through August means risk that “the overshooting caused by irrational exuberance” during the boom “is now being followed by undershooting caused...

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