MyHome.ie and Davy warn of low stock and ‘depressed’ housebuilding activity.

Dublin house price increases are likely to lag those in the rest of the country in 2016 due to “affordability constraints”, according to the latest re(...)

Thirty-five per cent of those polled opted for another election, while 26 per cent chose a Fine Gael/Fianna Fáil coalition. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

No sooner had the last ballot been counted when yet another political survey was under way. Unusually enough this time around, property portal myhome.(...)

Dublin needs about 10,000 new homes to be built each year. In the past year, about 3,300 were completed. The Nama sites should provide about 4,000 hom(...)

The Myhome.ie survey, in conjunction with Davy, says the average price for  properties is €205,000 and €286,000 in Dublin

House price inflation continues to moderate and the annual rate of increase is likely to have slowed to 5 per cent by the end of the year, according t(...)

Sales in Dublin for the first half of the year were up by 42.8% – from 5,067 to 7,237

Property transactions for the first half of the year in the Republic are up by more than a third on the same period in 2014. However, it is less certa(...)

House prices in Dublin are now 10.4 per cent higher than at the same time last year, and 6.1 per cent nationally. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

House prices rose by 2.3 per cent in Dublin and by 1.7 per cent nationally over the last three months, according to the latest property survey. The M(...)

The latest house price data from Myhome.ie indicates price growth in the sector is slowing as against beginning to decline, according to economist Con(...)

With around a third of all buyers last year located in Dublin, about half of them were first-time buyers.

A total of 42,860 properties were sold in the State last year, a rise of 43.6 per cent from the 29,833 sales recorded in 2013, according to an anal(...)

Nearly half of homes sold in 2014 were cash transactions, according to property website MyHome.ie. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

More than 20,000 houses, accounting for nearly half of homes sold last year, were cash transactions, according to property website MyHome.ie. Angela K(...)

The Central Bank has admitted the figures it used to set a price limit of €220,000 on 90 per cent mortgages for first-time buyers do not reflect current property prices in Dublin

The Central Bank has admitted the figures it used to set a price limit of €220,000 on 90 per cent mortgages for first-time buyers do not reflect curre(...)