Monthly Archives: October 2015

Number of homes being built in Dublin falling

The number of homes being built in Dublin is falling, despite a growing recovery in residential construction across the country, new figures show. About 20,000 homes need to be built every year, including more than 8,000 in the Dublin region, … Continue reading

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Buyer’s guide to new homes

Buying a home is the single biggest purchase of most people’s lives. They may think they’ll do it only once but, according to UK research, people typically move three times in their life. But getting on that first rung of … Continue reading

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House prices tumble as buyers caught in a rent/deposit ‘Catch 22’

Average house price values in Dublin have tumbled by €5,000 on average since June. At the same time, prices in Cork and Galway have flat-lined as aspiring buyers in the main cities now find themselves caught in a ‘Catch 22’ caused … Continue reading

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Property prices moderate as stock improves and new rules impact

House price inflation continues to moderate and the annual rate of increase is likely to have slowed to 5 per cent by the end of the year, according to the latest survey from property website MyHome.ie The survey found that … Continue reading

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