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Sunday 10 December 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Property Market

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UK house prices falling at fastest rate in three years - report
Statistics compiled by mortgage lender Nationwide show the rut continuing – but it’s far more gentle than in Ireland.
Cannabis, beer and T-bills: the week in stats
How high is Europe’s tallest building? And how many cannabis plants were seized by gardaí last year?
The Evening Fix: Monday
Things we learned, loved and shared today.
House prices still dropping around most of the country (but Dublin is levelling off)
Two new reports out this morning from and show that the national average asking price for a home is now around €170,000.
Cash buyer says NAMA taking too long to release properties
Proinsias O Naraigh posted an ad in the Irish Times looking for six to 12 unit apartment block – because he says he got tired of waiting for NAMA to sort out paperwork.
5 properties to view in...Clontarf and Killester
Sherry FitzGerald picks five homes you can see this weekend.
Fewer houses for sale in Dublin that at any other time in last five years
Real-estate firm Savills says that the average number of houses for sale in Dublin has fallen by 30 per cent in the last year.
5 properties to view in... Dublin 15
Sherry FitzGerald picks five homes you can see this weekend.
5 properties to view in... Dublin 16
Sherry FitzGerald picks five homes you can see this weekend.
Residential property prices continued decline in April - CSO
The price of the average Irish home fell by 1.1 per cent in April; homes have lost around a sixth of their value in a year.
NAMA to invest €2 billion in unfinished developments, new construction sites
Up to 25,000 construction jobs will be created, according to chairman Frank Daly.
5 properties to view in... Dun Laoghaire
Sherry FitzGerald picks five homes you can see this weekend.
IMF: Allowing homes to restructure debt will solve crisis quicker
A new global report concludes that economic crises are worse if households accumulate more debt during a boom.
Daft, MyHome reports offer mixed messages on house prices
Two new reports on property prices out this morning agree that prices are falling, but not on very much else.
Apartments in Dublin now worth just 38pc of peak price
CSO figures show that residential property prices across Ireland were down by an average of 2.2 per cent in February.
Bill for property valuations 'has saved billions for taxpayer' - NAMA
The state’s bad bank has spent millions having its properties valued, but says the payment reflect good value for money.
Residential property prices continue rapid falls in January
The average home fell in value by 1.9 per cent in January, with the steepest drops in Dublin.
Fall in house prices picks up speed in December
The price of the average residential property fell by 1.7 per cent in December – and lost a sixth of its value in 2011.
Column: 10 reasons why Ireland should be praying for a second bailout
Cheap money, essential reforms, and a route away from gombeenism? A second bailout would have immense benefits for Ireland, argues NAMAwinelake.
Column: House prices need to fall further, or our economy is in danger
Have property prices finally bottomed out? We’d better hope not, writes Michael Taft.
This house could be yours for under €500
Property owner in Westmeath turns tables by asking people to pay €50 apiece to sumbit bid – the lowest unique bid wins.
Not-so-happy new year: House prices still dropping as January begins
Two new reports show the property market continued its decline right up to the end of 2011, with few signs of an immediate recovery.
Column: Ireland’s addicted to property – and Noonan is risking another bubble
The Government is keeping us hooked on house buying exactly when it should be weaning us off, writes Ronan Lyons.
Budget 2012: Help for first-time buyers - but it 'won't solve real problems'
Michael Noonan also confirmed the introduction of the widely expected €100 household charge.
Property prices continue to fall in September
The annual rate of decline in residential property prices is now at 14.3 per cent, up from 13.9 per cent in August.
'Half of Dublin’s empty homes filled' in last 18 months
Market analysis by Savills suggests that of the 11,000 homes which were empty 18 months ago, 5,600 have been filled.
Property prices continue slide, down 1.6 per cent in August
The average Irish residential property has lost 13.9 per cent of its value in 12 months, with Dublin apartments hit hardest.
Negative equity should not mean debt forgiveness - Rabbitte
The communications minister says “blanket debt forgiveness” is not an option, but that banks should write off loans where there’s a genuine inability to pay.
House prices continue to fall as property market tumbles
The latest CSO data shows that house prices fell by 0.8 per cent in July, leaving the annual drop at 12.5 per cent.
GALLERY: 74 lots confirmed for third auction of distressed properties
Allsop Space will hold its third major auction at the Shelbourne Hotel next month, with its catalogue of property online now.
Freefall: property prices down by 1.2 per cent in May
House prices have not risen for almost four years now, according to the latest figures from the CSO.
Column: House prices are still falling, and there's no sign we've hit bottom, warns Nick Leeson
Recent reports that the property market has stabilised couldn’t be further from the truth – but we still need to be very careful about looking for a saviour, writes former trader Nick Leeson.
Minister says developers should no longer be treated as 'social pariahs'
In a speech yesterday, Brian Hayes said that we should not see developers as “suffering from some horrible disease.”
Irish mortgage brokers say the next 12 months will be bleak for the housing market
A survey by the Professional Insurance Brokers Association reveals that an unwillingness to lend is having a massive impact on the property market. People want to buy, but can’t.
TD Wallace admits debts remain at around €40 million
The independent TD tells Morning Ireland that his debts remain significant, and that the property market will fall further.
Take 5: Tuesday
5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.
Poll: Would you buy a house in the current climate?
What’s putting buyers off – are they worried about the economy; unable to get a mortgage, or simply holding out for a better bargain? Or have the experiences of the last few years put first-time buyers off for good?