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Pick-up in demand for Dublin apartments

In the 12 months to the end of March, the average price of a two-bedroom apartment rose by 2.7 per cent

22nd May, 2016
The interior of 65 Baltrasna House, Spencer Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1

There was a time when Ireland was a nation of three-bedroom semi-detached home owners. But these days, with a serious shortage of property, demand for the apartment market is booming.

Prices for Dublin apartments rose by 1.3 per cent on average during the first three months of 2016, with average prices in the capital rising from €256,541 to €259,832, according to DNG’s Q1 residential market review. Year on year, the average price of an apartment...

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