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House prices to spike in 2017, says property expert

New Central Bank rules and Budget 2017 incentives will push prices up

11th December, 2016
Killian O’Higgins of property consultancy WK Nowlan

The new Central Bank rules for first-time buyers combined with the incentives in Budget 2017 will push the price of homes further upwards in 2017, according to Killian O’Higgins of property consultancy WK Nowlan.

“We are likely to see a spike in the price of new homes in the sub €400,000 bracket,” said O’Higgins. “This is likely to have a knock-on effect up the line.”

House prices remain significantly...

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