Surveys show urban-rural divide on house prices

The reports from property websites Myhome.ie and Daft.ie both warned that it was unclear if the stabilisation would proceed into 2013.

2nd January, 2013
House prices: down 2.9% nationally

The last quarter of the year confirmed the trend for a stabilisation in Dublin house prices in particular, while prices outside the main urban areas remain depressed, two new reports have shown.

However the reports from property websites Myhome.ie and Daft.ie both warned that it was unclear if the stabilisation would proceed into 2013.

Myhome.ie said house prices fell by 2.9 per cent nationally in the fourth quarter, and by 1.6 per cent in...

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