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Second-hand house prices to jump by 20% in Dublin

House prices at the upper end of the Dublin second-hand market are soaring, with growth rates mirroring those seen at the height of the property boom, according to an analysis of auction results in today's Sunday Business Post.

27th August, 2005

House prices at the upper end of the Dublin second-hand market are soaring, with growth rates mirroring those seen at the height of the property boom, according to an analysis of auction results in today's Sunday Business Post.

Reflecting this, Dublin's largest estate agency, Sherry FitzGerald, has raised its forecast for average second-hand house price inflation in Dublin for this year to 20 per cent.

Despite an approximate 15 per cent increase in the number of...

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