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First-time buyer approval was up 1.4% year-on-year to 2,559 in August

The number of mortgage applications approved last month rose by 14.1 per cent compared to July, and was up 11 per cent year-on-year, new figures show.(...)

In its latest housing market monitor, the BPFI said housing supply will most likely revert to 2018 levels this year

The number of new homes constructed in the Republic this year is expected to be about 18,000 – 3,000 units less than last year, according to the banki(...)

New figures published  show that 3,397 mortgages were approved in July. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

House prices have bounced back since the lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions, rising by 4.3 per cent between June and August, according to a (...)

The increasing shift of buyers to areas outside of Dublin is likely to negatively impact not only on these regions but the wider economy in general. Photograph:  Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

Home-buyers are being forced to live further and further away from their place of work because of the price pressures in the Dublin property market, B(...)

Almost half of the mortgages approved in July were for first-time buyers, at 1,957 or 46.4 per cent, with trader uppers/downers accounting for 1,249 or 29.6 per cent

Fewer-first time buyers got mortgages approved in July compared with the same month of last year, as new figures point to tentative signs of a slow do(...)

More than 22,000 mortgage loans drawn down last year, representing an increase in lending of 48 per cent over 2013. Photo: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

More than 22,000 mortgage loans drawn down last year, representing an increase in lending of 48 per cent over 2013, according to BPFI/PwC mortgage mar(...)