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House prices stable in Dublin but up by 9.7% elsewhere in year to March

The number of residential properties for sale falls to nine-year low

11th April, 2016
Property prices rose by nearly 6 per cent in the year to March. Pic: Pixabay

House prices rose by an average of 5.9 per cent in the year to March but Dublin continued to lag the rest of country, with prices rising by just 0.9 per cent compared to an increase of 9.7 per cent outside the capital, a new survey shows.

The latest house price report from property website Daft.ie found the national average asking price in the first quarter of 2016 was €210,000, up from €198,000 a year ago and a...

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