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Just 13% of those surveyed for MyHome expect prices to fall by more than 10% over the year. Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

Sentiment among prospective homebuyers appears to be holding up in the face of the pandemic, research by MyHome.ie suggests. The consumer sentiment s(...)

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 (...)

Coom Hill in Skibbereen, Co Cork. Photograph: Charles McCarthy Auctioneers

Charlie McCarthy, an auctioneer who has sold houses, farms and even islands in west Cork for almost half a century, takes the calls on Coom Hill as he(...)

Searches for holiday homes on property website myhome.ie climbed by 112 per cent last month. Photograph: iStockphoto

While the tourism sector continues to reel from the crushing impact of the pandemic, a slight sliver of a silver lining can be found in a surge in dem(...)

MyHome and Davy figures show that the asking price for houses offered for sale in the Republic over the second quarter fell 2.9% on the same period in 2019.

House prices fell by almost 3 per cent to an average price of €268,000 as Covid-19 struck in the second quarter of the year, according to property web(...)

Knight Frank Ireland has predicted that new homes completions in 2020 will be substantially down on the 21,241 units delivered last year

The immediate and devastating impact of Covid-19 on global economies is apparent. What’s harder to fathom is the longer term implications. Anyone hopi(...)

Across the State 13 counties reported a drop in sales, with a further five unchanged during the first quarter

Residential property sales in the first quarter were at their lowest in three years, new figures from property website MyHome. ie show. Overall resid(...)

The average house price in Dublin was €380,000, up 1.5 per cent over the previous quarter, while outside of the capital the increase was 1.6 per cent to €226,000. Photograph: Bloomberg

The housing market was making a recovery in the first quarter of 2020 after a lull sparked by Brexit, but its progress has been swept away by the Covi(...)

DNG and Sherry FitzGerald have ended physical viewings of properties in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Irish estate agents are promoting virtual viewings of properties in a bid to keep the housing market functioning through the coronavirus crisis. DNG a(...)

Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty

The number of houses sold in Dublin fell by 1.5 per cent last year while the overall value of those transactions rose by 4.7per cent compared with 201(...)

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