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In Dublin, residential property prices fell by 0.8 per cent in the second quarter, and annual inflation is now at 1.2 per cent, its lowest level since early 2016

More residential properties were listed for sale in May than in any month since early 2008 as house price inflation eased to its lowest rate since la(...)

Extent of rent rises demonstrate just how badly the Government’s rental cap regime across “rent pressure zones” has failed

A report this week from property website daft.ie showed that average rents across the State increased 12.4 per cent to €1,304 in the year to June. R(...)

House prices in Dublin have risen by an average of almost €155,000 above their low-point in 2012,  new figures show.  File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

House prices in Dublin have risen by an average of almost €155,000 (70 per cent) above their low-point in 2012, while the average asking price for hou(...)

Prices have risen to less than 10% below their 2007 peak in some urban areas.

House prices nationwide have risen by an average of almost 50 per cent since their lowest point five years ago and are expected to increase again in 2(...)

Homes at number 13 are typically €4,335 cheaper than the average Irish property, according to Daft.ie. Photograph: iStock

Although superstition dictates that Friday the 13th, and even the number 13, can be unlucky for some, for property buyers there might be value in suc(...)

Rents have increased by almost 12% year-on-year to June, according to a new survey. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Rents have increased by almost 12 per cent year-on-year to June, according to a new survey. This means it now costs almost €3,000 a year more in Dubl(...)

With  the student registration charge  at €3,000, the rising cost of accommodation is putting many parents and students under pressure. Photograph: Getty Images

Some students are ending up sleeping on friends’ couches, floors or in cars due to difficulties sourcing affordable accommodation, according to the Un(...)

More than two-thirds of Irish households own the home they live in, and the majority of dwellings have six-figure valuations.

The most expensive area in the State in which to buy property is Sandycove in south Dublin, where the average valuation is almost €790,000, according (...)

The average price of a home in the State is now nearly six times the average income, according to Davy economist Conall Mac Coille. File photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Wire

The average price of a home in the State is now nearly six times the average income, according to Davy economist Conall Mac Coille. He said that thi(...)

Luas on Dublin’s north side:  people looking for access to public transport without hefty house prices could consider buying a property near the end of the new Luas extension. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Buy a house near the Dart, rather than the Luas, if you want higher house prices and an easy commute, new figures from Daft.ie show. According to the(...)

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