Thursday February 27, 2020

Irish property: crunching the real numbers

Are we witnessing a sea-change in the market?

2nd October, 2016
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Map 1: percentage change in average sale price in each county

New and detailed analysis by this newspaper of the actual prices achieved in property sales reveals that sellers of residential property in expensive Dublin areas, such as Killiney and Foxrock-Carrickmines, are on average achieving lower sales prices this year than were achieved in the same areas in the first nine months of 2015.

However, the new analysis of the Residential Property Price Register (RPPR), carried out by The Sunday Business Post, also shows that sellers in...

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