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Our NEWS section is the most comprehensive publication on the business of property in Ireland, keeping our trade readers fully informed on all developments in the property business and among their competitors.

It gathers together in one place all reports on the market, and goes into much greater detail than does the consumer press on trade issues of interest to estate agents, developers and other property professionals. It summarises property stories from the media, and provides handy links to the full stories. Occasional indepth features and opinion pieces for a fully developed online property magazine. It also acts as a searchable archive of all property matters down the years.

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© Irish Independent 15 Mar '18

BidX1 and Sherry FitzGerald auctions

More than 220 lots recently generated around €40m worth of sales for two auctioneers BidX1 and Sherry FitzGerald. Dublin City Council paid €1.18m at the Sherry FitzGerald auction for two adjoin -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Mar '18

Property prices rise by 12.5% over last 12 months

House price growth remains strong, with the latest official figures showing a 12.5 per cent average increase over the past 12 months. In some areas, prices rose by more than 17 per cent. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 07 Mar '18

It’s now 37% cheaper to buy a home than rent - Cairn Homes

While the cynic might suggest that it is in the interests of a developer such as Cairn to claim buying a home, rather than renting, makes financial sense, the figures do stackup - or kind of. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Feb '18

House prices in Dublin increase 10.8%, while the cost of apartments climbs 14.7%

Brokers Ireland spokeswoman Rachel McGovern said "even the most favourable interpretation leaves supply well short of demand with considerable backlog on top of yearly shortfall.” KBC Bank Austin Hu -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Feb '18

Surplus of hungry buyers ensures house prices keep going up

The CSO figures for December show a 12.3 per cent annual rise in prices, the highest since 2015. As affordability becomes more of a factor in parts of the Dublin market, any significant signs of a slo -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 11 Feb '18

New analysis of house prices shows significant slowdown in increases for first time

The fact that price increases have significantly slowed in Dublin 4, traditionally the country's most expensive area, and in north Dublin, where a large number of new houses are being built, is the fi -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jan '18

December bonanza with more than 50 €1m-plus property sales recorded in Dublin

December was a busy month for sales closing, with more than fifty €1 million-plus homes sold in Dublin, and more likely to emerge on the Property Price Register in coming weeks. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Jan '18

No relief for buyers as house prices rise by almost 12pc in a year

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that prices rose 11.6pc ­nationally in the year to November. Dublin prices were up 11.3pc. For the month of November alone, prices grew by 1.1pc -  Subscribe
© Business Post 02 Jan '18

[Needs SBP sub] AM Sold announces 96 per cent success rate in auctions this year

The group held 15 successful public auctions across Leinster, Munster and Connacht during the year, working in partnership with more than 150 local agents across the country -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jan '18

Help to Buy scheme appears to help slow new house price increases

When the rest of the country is taken into account, new house prices rose by 10 per cent over the year, according to the latest statistics from estate agents Sherry Fitzgerald. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 02 Jan '18 Irish Rental Price Price Report Q4 2017

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> 2017 was very much a year of two halves. In the first half of the year, prices rose nationwide by an average of 8.8% - with Dublin (9.5%) and the rest of Leinster (11.4%) -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 02 Jan '18 Q4 2017 Property Report

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> *Change to Central Bank lending rules to slow price inflation in 2018*House price inflation set to increase by 8% in 2018 compared to 10% last year*Asking prices outside -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 13 Dec '17

CSO Residential Property Price Index October 2017: prices rise by 12.1%

In the year to October, residential property prices at national level increased by 12.1%. This compares with an increase of 12.2% in the year to September and an increase of 7.5% in the twelve months -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 07 Dec '17

Lansdowne penthouse sells for record €6.5m ... and it’s not even built yet

The highest price ever paid for an apartment in the State has been recorded at Lansdowne Place, Chartered Land’s under construction apartment scheme in Dublin’s Ballsbridge. The roof garden pentho -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 07 Dec '17

Top house sales of 2017 – the buyers and the sellers

1. Gorse Hill, Vico Road, Killiney, Co Dublin €9.5 million, Sherry FitzGerald and Knight Frank; 2. Fintragh, 11 Shrewsbury Road, Dublin 4 €8.435 million, Knight Frank; 3. Danes Hollow, Thormanby -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Dec '17

[Needs SBP sub] Residential Review 2017

A robust year, but time to raise the pace of construction; online auctions click; Dublin's Northside suburbs to be 2018 hotspots -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Nov '17

House price growth to slow to 8% next year, Central Bank says

The third quarter residential property price survey, in conjunction with the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, expects price inflation to slow to 8 per cent next year. That compares to the curre -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Nov '17

Lansdowne Place sales set new record for Dublin market

A spokeswoman for Chartered Land said that sales are also "very well-advanced" in The Barrington, the third building on the market. While the larger two-bedroom apartments and two bedroom plus study u -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Nov '17

Cliff Taylor: Housing problem may not be a bubble but is a crisis

House prices are higher in Dublin, for example, and affordability data suggests that single buyers in particular face a squeeze in the capital, with mortgage repayments – if they can afford a loan a -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Nov '17

House prices to rise 20% over the next three years, ESRI says

The study compares house prices in the Republic with prices internationally and looks at price-to-income ratios and price-to-rent ratios before reaching the “unambiguous” conclusion that “the Ir -  Subscribe
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