Friday February 28, 2020

10 things we learned from latest property figures

CSO figures show annual price rises accelerated to 7.2 per cent in August

21st October, 2016
Real estate investment. House and coins on table.

They show that residential property prices rose at an annual rate of 7.2 per cent in August, an acceleration from July’s 6.7 per cent and the fastest pace since March. Prices in August rose by 1.6 per cent from July.

They also give an indication to prospective first-time buyers of price trends in different areas of the country.

10 things we learned from today’s announcement

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