Friday August 14, 2020

Value can still be found in Dublin city centre

Residential property prices for new home schemes immediately north and south of the Liffey have taken a significant hit in the downturn, with some developments experiencing falls of as much 50 per cent, and more from peak levels.

16th October, 2010

Residential property prices for new home schemes immediately north and south of the Liffey have taken a significant hit in the downturn, with some developments experiencing falls of as much 50 per cent, and more from peak levels.

As the market corrects itself, it offers first time buyers a greater opportunity to purchase a value for money unit in the heart of the city centre.

A recent Daft report put the average price for a one-bedroom...

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