Sellers need to lower their expectations

As house prices continue to fall, it may be time for some agents to take a reality check and align their asking prices to the new market dynamic

13th October, 2019
In May this year, a total of 8,200 homes were listed for sale, the highest monthly total in over a decade

With the obvious exception of Brexit, house prices continue to dominate media commentary. We are now ten months into 2019 and we continue to be presented with reports predicting further increases in employment numbers and household income, coupled with a continued lack of housing supply. It would appear that the indicators which affect the housing market are in some way immune to the ever-increasing likelihood of a no-deal Brexit.

Dublin house price inflation peaked last April...

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