Monday January 27, 2020

Residential Investment: Limerick market remains stable

Despite the latest Daft report for the second quarter of the year, local agents in Limerick city say that prices are stable.

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10 College Gate, Summerhill Avenue, South Circular Road, Limerick: three-bed semi, for €160,000.

Despite the latest Daft report for the second quarter of the year, which showed a drop of less than 1 per cent in rents in Limerick, local agents in Limerick city say that prices are stable and the market is getting stronger.

"The problem with the Daft report is that it's globalised and not broken down into property type, sector or location," said Declan Barry, residential director at GVM Auctioneers Limerick.

"The report doesn't differentiate between...

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