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Irish house prices rose by an average of 8.5% last year

The report shows that prices in Dublin rose by 2.7% compared to 13.1% elsewhere

4th January, 2016
Irish house prices rose by 8.5% last year

Irish house prices rose by an average of 8.5 per cent last year but there was a significant difference between Dublin, where prices rose by just 2.7 per cent, and the rest of the country, where they increased by 13.1 per cent, a new report shows.

The report, by property website, found the national average asking price of houses in the fourth quarter of 2015 was €204,000, up from €188,000 a year earlier and €164,000 at its...

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