Sales are growing in nearly all price categories, but the pick-up is  most pronounced at the top end of the market with sales of properties worth €800,000 or more up almost 30 per cent.  Photograph: Frank Miller

The State needs to build more than half a million homes over the next 15 years to resolve the housing crisis, the country’s leading estate agent has s(...)

In Dublin, prices grew 2.1 per cent in the second quarter while they have risen 3.1 per cent since January 1st. Photograph: iStock

Second-hand home prices rose 4.6 per cent in the first six months of this year, according to Sherry FitzGerald data. The news follows other reports t(...)

New homes at Bay Meadows, Hollystown, Dublin 15. The entire estate of 112 houses was bought by Round Hill Capital earlier this month.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Government plans to restrict the bulk-buying of homes in housing estates are unlikely to result in significant supply increases for owner-occupiers, p(...)

A survey of 10,000 people looking to buy a home found that 85 per cent of them remain committed to acquiring property, despite Covid-19’s impact on the market.

Most house buyers are struggling to find properties they can afford in the right locations, according to real estate agent Sherry Fitzgerald. A surve(...)

Dublin noted the largest reduction in transaction activity nationally compared with 2019, with about 13,500 dwellings transacting last year, a fall of 22 per cent. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

House prices rose during the first quarter of the year as lockdown measures negatively impacted the available stock of properties for sale throughout (...)

South Dublin saw the largest decline in supply at 31 per cent. Photograph:  Aidan Crawley

The number of homes available for sale in the State is now at its lowest level in more than a decade, according to estate agent Sherry FitzGerald. Ba(...)

Sherry FitzGerald  expects a modest rise in house prices this year – between 1 and 3 per cent. Photograph:  Aidan Crawley

Estate agent Sherry FitzGerald says it witnessed “the strongest closing quarter” of sales in a decade in the final three months of last year. Managin(...)

Mortgage lending to first-time buyers has increased by 15 per cent. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

With record numbers seeking mortgage approval, and stricter restrictions from today on property viewings, pent-up demand for limited stock is set t(...)

‘New homes construction numbers will surpass 2020 levels and are likely to hit 25,000 units in 2021, with many being bought by long-term investors rather than homeowners.’ File photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Marian Finnegan, managing director residential, Sherry FitzGerald 2020 has been a perplexing year in terms of housing. The year began with a notable b(...)

Construction industry has shrunk by 20 per cent to 25 per cent as a result of the pandemic.

Just half the number of new houses needed in the Republic this year will be built as Covid-19 takes its toll on construction. The Government agrees t(...)

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