Irish housing market showing strong global rates of growth
Ireland’s property market is outperforming many of its global counterparts
According to the Q3 Knight Frank Global House Price Index, which compares residential market performance across the globe, Ireland is in a very healthy state when viewed in an international context. Ireland is one of the world’s housing markets which, having seen a significant decline in prices post 2008, is now recording some of the strongest global rates of growth.
For instance, Ireland, Hungary and Estonia recorded annual growth of 9.5 per cent, 9.1...
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