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Property prices rise nationally but fall in Dublin, according to CSO

Residential property prices rose by 0.1% in the month of February, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). This compares with a decrease of 0.7% recorded in January and a decrease of 1.5% recorded in February of last year. In the year to February, residential property prices at a national level, [...]

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Construction output up 11.5% year on year in fourth quarter

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the volume of output in building and construction increased by 11.5% in the fourth quarter of 2013 compared to the same time in 2012. The CSO said this reflects year-on-year increases of 34.8% and 14.1% in non-residential and residential building work respectively. But civil engineering decreased [...]

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Property prices continue to rise across the board in October

Residential property prices grew by 1.8% in the month of October, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The same increase was recorded in the previous month and a decrease of 0.6% was recorded in October of last year. In the year to October, residential property prices at a national level, [...]

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Property prices up 1.8% in September, according to CSO

Residential property prices grew by 1.8% in the month of September, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). This compares with an increase of 0.9% recorded in August.  Prices grew by 0.9% in September of last year. In the year to September, residential property prices at a national level, increased by [...]

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Planning permission for new homes up 37%

In the second quarter of 2013, planning permissions were granted for 1,926 dwelling units, compared with 1,406 units for the same period in 2012, an increase of 37%.   The second quarter figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) also show that:   Planning Permissions were granted for 1,496 houses in the second quarter of 2013 [...]

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Property prices continue to rise, according to CSO

Residential property prices grew by 1.2% in the month of July, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). This was the same as the increase recorded in the previous month and compares with an increase of 0.2% in July of last year. In the year to July, residential property prices at a national [...]

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Households reduce spending due to downturn

82% of households reduced their spending as a result of the economic downturn, while over 40% of households said they had experienced difficulties in keeping up with their bills. The figures are contained in a module on the effect of the economic downturn on households in the Central Statistics Office’s quarterly national household survey for [...]

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CSO reports first annual increase in property prices since January 2008

In the year to June, residential property prices at a national level increased by 1.2%, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). This is the first annual increase since January 2008. It compares with an annual rate of decline of 1.1% in May and a decline of 14.4% recorded in the 12 months to [...]

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Property prices on the rise in May

Residential property prices grew by 0.3% in the month of May, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). This compares with an increase of 0.8% recorded in April. Prices grew by 0.2% in the month of May of last year. In the year to May, residential property prices at a national [...]

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House prices now undervalued

House prices in Ireland have plunged so much in the last six years that houses are now undervalued, according to a prestigious international think tank. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) assessment comes as values have halved since the peak. In a new report, Ireland has been bracketed in with Greece, Portugal, Slovenia, [...]

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