House prices rose by 8.6% in November 2022 but rate of growth continuing to slow

Despite the house price rises, figures from Ireland’s Central Statistics Office show property inflation actually slowed for the eighth month in a row

The median price of a house bought in the 12 months to the end of November was €300,000. Picture: Getty

The price of a house in Ireland grew by 8.6 per cent in November 2022 compared with the same month the year before, new figures show.

But the figures, issued by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) today, also show that property price inflation is continuing to fall, with last November the eighth month in a row that annual price growth slowed.

Since March 2022, the rate of housing inflation has been falling each month, the ...