Wednesday April 1, 2020

No slowdown in the rise of property prices

Editor's note Tina-Marie O'NeillGood news for anyone who bought an apartment in Dublin last year – prices are up 35 per cent year on year.

26th October, 2014

Last week proved another fascinating week in the property sector with the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office suggesting no slow down in property price rises in the residential market, another bumper result from Allsop Space’s latest auction, opposition party calls for the government to scrap planned increases in property tax bills in 2016 and appeals from IPAV to set up a property council to advise government on the current severe housing shortage.

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