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Irish Residential Market, Spring Review 2018

By Marian Finnegan, Chief Economist, Director Research; Deirdre O'Reilly, Senior Economist, Research

The opening quarter of 2018 saw no relent in the strength of residential property price growth in Ireland, as the misalignment between supply and demand persists. House prices rose by 2.1% in the quarter, while in comparison, prices grew 1.9% in the opening quarter of 2017. Annually to Q1 2018, residential property prices nationally have increased by 8.6%.

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