Friday February 28, 2020

Is residential property market finally cooling?

Figures from the Central Statistics Office show that home prices rose at an annual rate of 10.4 per cent in July. The annual pace of growth was 11.9 per cent in June, and the rate has now eased for four months in a row

11th September, 2018
House price inflation 'clearly slowing'.

The annual pace of growth was 11.9 per cent in June, and the rate has now eased for four months in a row. July’s growth was also the slowest since April 2017.

But a closer look at the figures shows that it may be too early to say that house price growth is returning to a more sustainable pace. The biggest monthly increase of 2017 came in July last year, and this dropped out of...

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