Residential property prices up 15% annually - CSO

Residential property prices rose by 15 per cent at a national level in the year to September, new figures from the Central Statistics Office have shown.

22nd October, 2014
Dublin house prices are still 37.7% lower than their peak levels in 2007

Residential property prices rose by 15 per cent at a national level in the year to September, new figures from the Central Statistics Office have shown.

Residential property prices rose by 1.8 per cent in September, compared with the 2.3 per cent increase recorded in August.

In Dublin, house prices grew by 2.4 per cent in the month and were 22.6 per cent higher than a year ago, the CSO said.

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