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Secondhand house prices up despite slowdown claims

Prices in the secondhand residential market rose by 5.38 per cent in the second quarter of this year, the largest quarterly rise since the second quarter of 2002 when prices rebounded after a poor performance the previous year, according to new resea

3rd September, 2005

The increase was ahead of the agent's expectations and signals that “contrary to popular belief there is little sign of the reported slowdown in the rate of price rises within the capital'‘.

The average price of a second hand house in Dublin has risen 10 per cent since the start of the year and is likely to have increased by more than 13 per cent by year's end, the report states.

Price increases have been...

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