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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 08 Nov '18

House price hikes set to slow amid Brexit concerns and 'lack of value'

Estate agent and SCSI member John O'Sullivan said: "While price inflation has waned for high-value property, it's likely that it will also slow for other property classes over the short term. That sai -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Nov '18

Cost of Dublin luxury homes falls for first time since recovery

According to the Knight Frank Prime Global Cities Index, prices in the capital fell by 1.7 per cent in the 12 months to September. John Ring, head of research: “Expectations are being adjusted and i -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Oct '18

REA: House sales to UK buyers climb as 'Brexit refugees' outbid Irish-based homebuyers

New data has found that almost half of estate agents nationwide have seen an increase in enquiries from the UK for properties here over the past year with Brexit on the horizon. The data from estat -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 09 Oct '18 Buyers pay 15% extra to live by the Luas

VIEW Interactive LUAS value map here >> Commuters are paying a premium of 15% or over €60,000 extra in Dublin for a house that is located within 1km of a Luas stop. This means that buyers are now pa -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 09 Oct '18

Property price rises moderately by 8.6pc nationally in August with the lowest growth in south Dublin

This compares with an increase of 10pc in the year to July and an increase of 11.8pc in the twelve months to August 2017, the Central Statistic Office said. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 30 Sep '18

Prices of entry level homes in the capital are continuing to rise at a higher than average rate

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> The effects of the Central Bank Lending Rules are now clearly showing in Ireland’s property prices. Since the measures were tightened in January, inflation in the resid -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 28 Sep '18 Q3 2018 Property Report

© Irish Independent 24 Sep '18

New data shows house prices nationwide flatline - with a semi-D now beyond reach for ordinary families

Workers are now having to travel to the far fringes of the commuter belt in order to get a foot on the property ladder, according to the Irish Independent/Real Estate Alliance (REA) Average House Pric -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Sep '18

How high can they go? Six factors affecting Irish house prices

“Are there any warning signs? I don’t think so. It seems to be that we’re in for a period of continued price and rent inflation,” says John McCartney, director of Savills Ireland Research. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Sep '18

House price rises now at lowest level in 15 months

Figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show residential property prices at national level increased by 10.4pc in the year to July. This compares with an increase of 12pc in the year to Ju -  Subscribe
© Business Post 09 Sep '18

[NEEDS SBP SUB] Dysfunctional housing market being blamed in some areas on Airbnb

Our dysfunctional housing market is making it harder for businesses to find and keep staff. And in many areas, the finger of blame is being pointed at Airbnb -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 06 Sep '18

Number of homes for sale half of 2010 level: Sherry FitzGerald

The increase from 25,100 homes to 25,800 homes is, however, 52 per cent below the 53,900 properties advertised for sale in July 2010. The current available stock represents just 1.4 per cent of the -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 02 Sep '18

Prices fall for first time in five years

According to the IPAV report, prices in D4 have fallen by €150,000, or 12.24pc, to bring the average cost of a home from €1,375,000 to €1,225,000. Three-bed semis in the same area saw a drop -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Aug '18

Charlie Weston: Peak of the market now looms as prices soar beyond families' reach

Central Bank lending limits are being cited as the reason why price increases are slowing down, with some evidence of greater supply of properties for sale. The fall in price growth expectations is -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Aug '18

House price inflation is expected to slow

Over the next three years property price inflation is expected to be at 8pc nationally, down from a previous forecast of 14pc, according to the latest property price survey from the Central Bank and t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Aug '18

More price drops than price hikes in prime Dublin areas in first six months

Angela Keegan, managing director with, says: “Certainly the shift in these areas was a surprise. At this stage if you’re selling a property in that area, you’ve a far bigger chance of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jul '18

Sharp slowdown in Dublin house price rises: Savills

Sean O’Malley, senior economist at Savills: “While the market clearly remains undersupplied, increased construction activity is slowly bridging the gap between demand and supply.” He expected an -  Subscribe
© Business Post 16 Jul '18

[Needs SBP sub] Residential deals now outpacing office and retail: Hooke & MacDonald

Hooke & MacDonald's Q2 2018 review of the residential market showed that activity in the sector comprised 42 per cent of the total, compared with 27 per cent for offices, 23 per cent retail and 7 per -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 02 Jul '18

Apartments in Docklands scheme sold for €800k each

A Cairn Homes development in Dublin has sold for an average gross price of €800,000 per apartment. The Six Hanover Quay development in the docklands, which is made up of 120 apartments, a 5,000 s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jul '18

Dublin house prices rise by an average of €155,000 since 2012

The latest house price report states that the number of Irish people who believe house prices represent good value for money has fallen to its lowest level on record. -  Subscribe
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