Avergage house prices increase by 11% according to latest CSO figures - BreakingNews.ie

New figures from the CSO show prices increased more outside Dublin, with a 13.2% rise in that time frame. Prices in the west showed the largest growth with the cost of a home rising by almost 20%. Dublin saw a rise of 8.3% when compared with February ...

Getting 'boomier'? Property prices jump by almost 20pc in parts of the West - Irish Independent

In the year to the end of February the market in Dublin was up just over 8pc but in parts of the west, which includes Galway, Roscommon and Mayo, the prices increased almost 20pc. The Central Statistics Office (CSO) said there is no data to fully ...

MidWest House Prices Up By 10.5% - Clare FM

The cost of a home in the MidWest has jumped by 10.5% in the past year. Figures released by the CSO today show the rise in residential property prices in Clare, Limerick and Tipperary is roughly in line with the national average of 11% in the year to ...

Irish house price squeeze continues - Business World (press release) (blog)

The latest Irish housing statistics published this morning show a further acceleration in price inflation in February. Prices rose by 1.5% month on month (mom) in February, taking the annual rate of growth to 10.7% year on year (yoy). This is the ...

The west wakes up: property prices rocket in Mayo, Galway and Roscommon - Irish Times

Property prices across Roscommon, Mayo and Galway rocketed by some 20 per cent in the year to February 2017, as the west looks to catch up with the national recovery in house prices. According to the latest update on property prices published by the ...

Property prices rise by nearly 11% in year to February - Newstalk 106-108 fm

This compares with an increase of 8.1% in the year to January and an increase of 5.4% in the 12 months to February 2016. New figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show that prices increased more outside Dublin, with a 13.2% rise in those 12 ...

Midlands House Prices Growing At Double Dublin Rate - Midlands103

House prices in the Midlands are growing at almost double the pace seen in the Capital. According to the latest CSO Property Price Index, this region saw a 15 percent rise in prices in the 12 months until February, one of the highest growth rates in ...

House prices up almost 11pc as rate of rise in properties outside Dublin soaring - Irish Independent

April 19 2017 11:28 AM. 0 Comments. House prices up almost 11pc as rate of rise in properties outside Dublin soaring. Independent.ie. House prices have increased by 10.7pc nationally in the year to February - a jump of 8.1pc in the year to January.

Irish house prices post fastest growth since 2015 - Reuters UK

FILE PHOTO: A crane is seen behind a row of residential properties in the Capital Dock area of Dublin, Ireland, December 5, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne/File Photo. DUBLIN Irish residential property prices posted their fastest annual growth in almost ...

Property prices see fastest growth since May 2015 - RTE.ie

Residential property prices posted their fastest annual growth in almost two years in February, lifted by sharp increases outside of Dublin. New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that residential property prices rose by 10.7% in the year ...

Irish house prices up nearly 11% in year to February - Irish Times

Property prices rose by 10.7 per cent in the 12 months to the end of February, according to the latest property price index from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The year-on-year increase was nearly three percentage points higher than the annual ...

Dublin and Cork airports set for €13m upgrade of 'explosive detection' system - Irish Independent

The baggage hall during the construction phase of Dublin Airport's Terminal 2. The contract for 1 The baggage hall during the construction phase of Dublin Airport's Terminal 2. The contract for the upgrade at Dublin and Cork airports is expected to be ...

Airport passenger figures soar to 33 million - Irish Independent

The number of passengers going through Irish airports in 2016 was up 10.3pc on 2016 to 32.8m, the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office show. Passenger numbers increased in all airports with the exception of Waterford which has had no ...

33m people go through Irish airports in 10% rise - Irish Examiner

Thirty-three million people travelled through Irish airports last year, a 10% increase on the previous year. Central Statistics Office figures show that passenger numbers increased in all airports except Waterford. Waterford Airport has no scheduled ...