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iPPi’s X-ray analysis of property market shows strong growth across country

The report by the Independent Property Price Index showed a jump of more than 50 per cent in prices for two-bed units in Dublin 2, and of almost 60 per cent for four-bed homes in Dublin 17

Kenneth Kelly and John Kennedy, co-founders of iPPi: ‘Our vision is to make the property market a more transparent environment for everyone.’ Picture: Conor Healy/Picture It Photography

A forensic analysis of residential property prices for the second quarter of 2022 showed them predominantly on the rise again nationwide year-on-year, with sharp increases in prices in commuter areas and cities outside of Dublin.

Dublin-based firm iPPi (the Independent Property Price Index) has compiled its quarterly report of rolling averages of Q2 sold prices for two, three and four-bedroom residential properties on a county-by-county basis.

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