Monthly Archives: June 2016

Ireland sixth fastest growing property market in world – survey

Irish house price growth may have stalled of late, but new figures show that Ireland was nonetheless one of the fastest growing markets in the world in the year to March 2016. According to figures from the Global Property Guide, … Continue reading

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Commuter belt rents soaring as families want spacious homes

The cost of renting in areas within driving distance of Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick has resulted in monthly costs rising by as much as 19pc over the past 12 months. While high demand for rent has traditionally been confined … Continue reading

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Average age of first-time buyers now 34 as bank’s rules bite

The average age of a person buying their first home in Ireland has risen to 34 – which is five years older than what it was a decade ago, when most first-time buyers were in their twenties. The data comes … Continue reading

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