Monday July 13, 2020

The only way is up for Dublin house prices

The stock of homes available for sale has fallen considerably in all regional centres

24th April, 2016
Kilbride Hill House in Bray, Co Wicklow: sold for 5 million in the biggest deal of the first quarter Pic: National Inventory of Architectural Heritage

House prices in Dublin are expected to rise by between 5 and 10 per cent this year, and the increased momentum in the rate of increase could help to encourage increased sales activity thus helping to break at least one of the log jams in the current market.

Keith Lowe, managing director of DNG said he believes that property prices in the capital will potentially increase by about 5 per cent for the year.

“Property prices outside the...

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