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The new property price register will let people know the exact selling price of houses in areas around the country

Property price register will be ready by October

The long-awaited property price register will be released by October. The register will detail the sale price of every home and apartment sold since January 2010 and will help the government determine what property tax people will pay. The new register will allow people to check what price their neighbours paid for properties in their [...]

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Why are we waiting and what are we waiting for?

We have been told by successive governments that we will get a property prices register, it was listed in the 2009 programme for Government. The actual legislative backing was done in the Property Services Regulation Act 2011 (see part 12), which took two whole years to go from bill (suggested law) to act (actual law). [...]

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The property price register will tell us the exact selling price of houses in Ireland, dating back to January 2010

Property price register delayed until September

The long-awaited property price register is now not expected to be available until September at the earliest. The register, which will show the sold price of houses in Ireland, was due to be released last month by the Property Services Regulatory Authority (PRSA). Commenting in the Irish Times, chief executive of the PRSA Tom Lynch [...]

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Minister Alan Shatter

Property Register to be introduced next year

A property register giving all details of residential sales in 2010 and 2011 should be available before the end of June next year, according to the head of the Property Services Regulatory Authority, Tom Lynch. The publication of the register will be a priority for the authority when the Property Services (Regulation) Bill 2009 becomes [...]

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