Tuesday February 18, 2020

New homes sales in Dublin region down 18 per cent on last year

The Property Price Register listed 2,112 new home sales in Dublin in the first six months of 2018 and some 1,733 for the corresponding period this year

19th September, 2019
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Despite busy autumnal launch schedules and levelling prices, new homes sales in the Dublin region are down 18 per cent on last year. That, together with the surge of institutional landlords chasing rental yields, means first time buyers and downsizers are being locked out of the market.

According to DNG chief executive, Keith Lowe, the Property Price Register listed 2,112 new home sales in Dublin in the first six months of 2018 and some 1,733 for...

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