Thursday February 20, 2020

Surveys do little to reassure uncertain home buyers

It has been another confusing week for house price statistics, writes Marian Finnegan of Sherry FitzGerald.

28th July, 2012
Dublin property prices are the most stable. Photo: Maura Hickey

What is actually happening with residential property prices? Are they falling rapidly, stabilising or rising? It is easy to be confused, because over the past few months we have seen reports that have indicated all three are taking place.

At the end of June, we in Sherry FitzGerald released the results of our barometer of house prices, which revealed that the average price of a secondhand property in Dublin rose for the first time since...

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