Property Prices up by 6.6% Annually in June 2016

The CSO’s Residential Property Price Index has shown that the price of residential property remained effectively flat, decreasing by 0.1%, on a national basis during June 2016. On an annual basis, prices nationally are now 6.6% higher. In terms of Dublin, prices decreased by 0.7% during June 2016. In comparison to a year earlier, prices have increased Read more about Property Prices up by 6.6% Annually in June 2016[…]

Knight Frank Welcomes the Action Plan for Housing & Homelessness

The Government has launched its action plan for housing and homelessness, which it promised to introduce within 100 days of the formation of the current government. Entitled Rebuilding Ireland, the plan is built on five pillars: Addressing homelessness Accelerating social housing Building more homes Improving the rental sector Utilising existing housing In terms of social Read more about Knight Frank Welcomes the Action Plan for Housing & Homelessness[…]

Census 2016: Research by Knight Frank shows an immediate need for 25,000 houses in Dublin to alleviate the housing crisis

According to Census 2016, the population of the State increased by 3.7% during the last five years and now stands at approximately 4,750,000. More significantly, the population of Dublin increased considerably to approximately 1,345,000, an increase of 5.7%. According to Knight Frank, the results will have profound implications for the housing market as the demand Read more about Census 2016: Research by Knight Frank shows an immediate need for 25,000 houses in Dublin to alleviate the housing crisis[…]

Property Prices Increase by 6.9% on an Annual Basis in May 2016

The CSO’s Residential Property Price Index has shown that the price of residential property increased by 0.2% on a national basis during May 2016. The growth in prices declined marginally in comparison to March and April when prices increased by 0.3%. On an annual basis, prices nationally are now 6.9% higher. In terms of Dublin, Read more about Property Prices Increase by 6.9% on an Annual Basis in May 2016[…]

Rustic Killiney cottage with very fine views for €995,000

  A colourfully planted garden full of secret paths, nooks and rockeries is one of the main attractions of a house high on Killiney Hill Road – that, and its views from both house and garden of Killiney Bay. Bel Air Cottage, a detached 191sq m (2,055 sq ft) pink-painted, four-bedroom house a short walk Read more about Rustic Killiney cottage with very fine views for €995,000[…]

Latest RTB report shows rents in Dublin now exceed their previous peak.

The latest edition of the RTB rental index has shown that, on a national basis, rental growth increased by 0.5% in the first quarter of 2016. In Dublin, rents increased by 0.2% when compared with the fourth quarter of 2015. Looking at trends in more detail, rents for houses and apartments increased by 0.6% and Read more about Latest RTB report shows rents in Dublin now exceed their previous peak.[…]

Stepaside for modern flourish

New development of three spacious five-bed houses just a short stroll from Stepaside village Local craftsmen are busy putting the final touches to the showhouse in a new development of just three houses on Stepaside Lane in Dublin 18. Built by Jammel Developments, who also built the small but high-spec Pirton scheme in Dundrum, the three properties are just a short stroll from the village. There’s Read more about Stepaside for modern flourish[…]

Ranelagh classic with stylish twist for 3 Million

Palmerston Road, a popular street in the redbrick heart of Dublin 6, fairly bristles with “For Sale” and “Sale Agreed” signs at the moment. The street has had its ups and downs, with Victorian homes converted from flats back into single family homes selling for €6 million-plus in the Celtic Tiger years. Prices fell in Read more about Ranelagh classic with stylish twist for 3 Million[…]

The price of prime property in Dublin increased by 1.4% in Q1 2016

  The latest edition of Knight Frank’s Prime Global Cities Index has shown that the price of prime residential property in Dublin increased by 1.4% in the first quarter of 2016. This represents the second consecutive quarterly increase in the price of prime property in Dublin, defined as the top 5% of the housing market, Read more about The price of prime property in Dublin increased by 1.4% in Q1 2016[…]