Average house prices up 8.8% so far this year, report finds - Kildare Nationalist

The national average list house price in June was 8.8% higher than in December, according to the latest Daft.ie Sales Report. The report also found that annual inflation in the Dublin market now exceeds the rate elsewhere in the country for the first ...

House Prices In Kildare Up By 12% - Newburgh Gazette

The latest Daft.ie reported showed the average asking price in the city was now 56% above its lowest point, with house prices rising by €2,000 a month on average. However, the sharp rises in property prices are not because of the Government's Help-to ...

What can be done about housing crisis? Experts give their views - Irish Times

As research published on Friday showed house prices in Ireland will continue to rise over the next five to 10 years unless drastic action is taken, we asked a range of people for their views on what should be done.

House prices in Kildare have risen - Leinster Leader

According to Daft.ie's latest report, there has been a hike of 12% in prices in Kildare. House prices nationally over the last year have risen by more than €2,000 a month, according to the latest House Price Report. In Kildare, prices in the second ...

House prices to shoot up for the next decade - Sunday World

House prices are shooting up by €2,000 a month and are now almost 12pc higher than they were a year ago. Property price rises in Dublin are back outpacing the rest of the country, according to the latest report from property website Daft.ie, and it ...

Cork House prices jump by 9% - Evening Echo Cork

The latest Daft.ie reported showed the average asking price in the city was now 56% above its lowest point, with house prices rising by €2,000 a month on average. In Cork county, prices in the second quarter of 2017 were 11% higher than a year ...

House prices to rise for up to 10 years, property report says - Irish Times

House prices will continue to rise for the next five to 10 years unless drastic action is taken, a report released on Friday by property website Daft.ie has warned. Daft.ie economist Ronan Lyons said that we are unlikely to see a stabilisation of ...

How does Ireland's property price growth compare with Europe? - Irish Times

A report issued Friday by property website Daft.ie shows a rise in the average list price of property of 8.8 per cent in the first six months of this year. This is not a new phenomenon in Ireland with property prices recording steady increases over the ...

It only takes a minute... for your house to be worth 7 cent more - Irish Times

It's doesn't bear thinking about, so we've thought about it for you. If your property is in negative equity you may be cheering it on, but if you are, on the other hand, in the market for a new house you may feel a sense of panic at the latest house ...

Central Bank rule change, not Help-to-Buy scheme, causing higher house prices, says Daft report author - Irish Examiner

Sharp rises in property prices are not because of the Government's Help-to-Buy scheme, according to a house prices report compiled by a property website. The scheme, which provides a tax refund to first-time buyers of newly-built homes, has been ...

Louth house prices risen 64.7% since crash - Dundalk Democrat

The Daft.ie house price report which has just been released, shows that the average house price in Louth has risen 16.9% in the past 12 months. The average price for a house in Louth now stands at €210,088. This represents a 64.7% increase from their ...

Clare House Prices Increase By Twice National Average - Clare FM

Houses prices in Clare are rising at more than twice the national rate of increase. Figures released by Daft.ie show the average price of a house in this county now stands at 165,000 euro – a nine percent increase on the figure three months ago ...

What Friday's papers say - Sunday Business Post

The Irish Times leads with a warning from Daft.ie economist Ronan Lyons that house prices will continue to rise for the next ten years unless drastic action is taken. The paper says the warning comes as the government has ordered an investigation into ...

New report reveals that house prices in Donegal continue to rise - Donegal Now

The Daft.ie House Price Report Q2 2017 revealed that in Donegal, prices in the second quarter of 2017 were five report higher than a year previously, compared to a rise of 12 percent seen a year ago. The average house price is now €145,000, 28 percent ...

Listen: House Prices In Kildare Up By 12% - Kfm Radio

Supply still isn't meeting demand when it comes to the number of houses for sale across the country. The latest report from Daft.ie shows that although the number of properties for sale is rising, it is 11 percent lower than the same date in 2016. The ...

New report reveals significant spike in house prices in Donegal - Highland Radio

House prices nationally over the last year have risen by more than €2,000 a month, according to the latest House Price Report released by Daft.ie. In Donegal, prices in the second quarter of 2017 were 5% higher than a year previously, compared to a ...

Irish house prices back on the rise - Newstalk 106-108 fm

The latest House Price Report from Daft.ie shows the 4.3% increase in the second quarter of 2017 matched the increase seen in the first quarter. The national average list price during the second quarter was €240,000 - 11.7% higher than a year ...

Report shows Ireland has just had six months of the biggest house price rises in last 12 years - BreakingNews.ie

House prices nationally have risen by more than €2,000 a month over the last 12 months, according to the latest House Price Report from daft.ie this morning. It also shows that the national average list price during the second quarter of the year was ...

House prices rise more in first six months of 2017 than whole of 2016 - Irish Times

House prices in Ireland have risen more in the first six months of 2017 than in the whole of last year. In June the average list price of a house was 8.8 per cent higher than in December while compared to the first quarter of this year, house prices in ...

Housing shortage causes €2000 monthly price rise - The Times (subscription)

Pent-up demand and a chronic undersupply of new homes has led to house prices increasing by €2,000 per month over the past year, new data has shown. The national average price of a house at the end of June was €240,000, 11.7 per cent higher than at ...