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Discovering TV

2nd September, 2018
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The Dublin property market being overheated won’t come as news to most - in six years the price of buying a Dublin property has risen by 70 per cent. This documentary paints the picture of boom, bust and boom again through the 200 houses populating Stoneybatter’s Oxmantown Road, which have changed hands at wildly varying prices over the last 50 years. Featuring honest accounts from residents, this may prove disheartening viewing for hopeful home hunters....

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