Angela Keegan

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Leinster accounts for a disproportionate amount of the value of all residential property sales in the State. Photograph: Frank Miller /	The Irish Times

Dublin and Leinster dominate the residential property market in Ireland with the volume of property transactions in Leinster now accounting for almost(...)

‘We still expect Irish house prices nationally to rise by 4 per cent in 2019.’ Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Unrealistic asking prices alongside the Central Bank’s lending rules are causing property at the higher end of the house market to flatten, a report f(...)

Multi-unit development 2 Cannon House, Clancy Quay in Dublin 8 sold for €139 million

The number of house sales in Dublin rose by 5.9 per cent in 2018, with the total value of transactions for the year estimated at €8.7 billion, represe(...)

Some 31 per cent of first-time buyers were aged 25-30, according to the MyHome.ie survey. Photograph:  Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Almost two-thirds of people expect house prices to rise in the next 12 months, but one in five expect prices to stay the same and 15 per cent think th(...)

A fall in median asking prices comes amid an increase in supply, a report from MyHome.ie has found. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Growth in asking prices for residential properties is beginning to slow, with Dublin sellers in particular reining in expectations as Central Bank mor(...)

Study based on analysis of the Property Price Register reveals sales volumes in Dublin were more than twice the national average, with the value of sales in the capital up by 26 per cent. Photograph: File picture from Getty Images

Almost 5 per cent of the homes which changed hands in Dublin in the first six months of 2018 sold for more than €1 million with the total values of sa(...)

In Dublin, where the housing squeeze is tightest, stock rose 25 per cent to 5,000 homes. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Central Bank lending limits are cooling the rate at which house prices are rising, according to the Myhome.ie/Davy second quarterly property report fo(...)

Portobello, Dublin. The main house price increases of 45-50 per cent were in the Dublin postcodes of 13, 5, 1, 7, 22, 24, 4 and 6, while the smallest increases were in Dublin 11 and 3.

The number of houses available for sale in Dublin has risen by 32 per cent over the past year, according to new figures from MyHome.ie. The property(...)

Dunlin: more than 1,000 homes will lose gardens and parking places under plans to create 230km of expanded bus lanes and 200km of cycle lanes within a decade. Photograph: Alan Betson

Houses affected by the National Transport Authority’s plan to create 16 high-speed bus routes in Dublin could fall in value by a quarter, one property(...)

Dublin 15 was the postcode with the largest number of sales last  year with 1,640 transactions. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The number of house sales in Dublin rose 16 per cent to 17,491 last year, according to an analysis of the market by property company MyHome.ie. Amid a(...)

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