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Restrictions on mortgage lending could have 'unintended impacts' on market, warns DNG

Dublin house prices are on a “trend towards stabilisation” but the government and Central Bank need to be careful not to undermine the fragile market, Douglas Newman Good has warned.

8th October, 2014
The price of an average house in Dublin rose by 4.8% — about €16,000 — during the three months to the end of September

Dublin house prices are on a “trend towards stabilisation” but the government and Central Bank need to be careful not to undermine the fragile market, Douglas Newman Good has warned in its latest property guide.

The price of an average house in Dublin rose by 4.8 per cent — about €16,000 — during the three months to the end of September, but the rate of increase dropped from 8.9 per cent in the...

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