Monthly Archives: July 2014

Kenny denies bubble despite record surge in the price of homes

Average house value soars by €20,000 in just three months and TAOISEACH Enda Kenny insists there is no new property bubble despite house prices rising at the highest rate on record. And he admitted that the cost of buying a home will continue to … Continue reading

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House sales in Dublin up by 23.1 per cent in first quarter of 2014

There has been plenty of talk about asking price increases in the media recently with everyone from the CSO and estate agents to websites such as MyHome.ie and Daft declaring that prices are on the rise again. That is perhaps … Continue reading

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Property prices tipped to rise up to 20 this year

Increases so far this year mean values are on course to jump by up to 20pc in the capital, a leading economist said. And across the country as a whole, property price rises of 10pc for the year have been … Continue reading

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Bargains abound – but Dublin is another country!

Bargains at an Allsops Space property auction in Dublin yesterday were largely in rural locations with Dublin prices looking very high by comparison. In the commercial property section the return to the market of small groups of private investors was … Continue reading

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Price of 3-bed semis rising twice as fast in commuter counties

The prices of popular semi-detached homes in commuter counties are now increasing in value twice as fast as those in Dublin, a new survey reveals. It also shows that the prices of the three-bed semis in Cork and Galway cities … Continue reading

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