Residential prices in Dublin grew by 11.2% in the year to May
New figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show property prices are on the rise.
In the year to May, residential property prices nationally increased by 11.9%.
This compares with an increase of 10% in the year to April - and an increase of 5.4% in the 12 months to May 2016.
In Dublin, residential prices grew by 11.2% in the year to May.
Dublin house prices increased 11.5%. while apartments increased 8% in the same period.
The highest house price growth was in South Dublin, at 12.4%, the lowest was in Fingal with house prices there rising 6.8%.
Residential property prices in the rest of country, excluding Dublin, were 12.8% higher in the year to May.
The south-east region showed the greatest price growth, with house prices increasing 18.6%.
The mid-east region grew the least price growth, with house prices increasing by 8.7%.
Apartment prices in the rest of Ireland increased 20.6% in the same period.
Overall, national prices were 29.5% lower than their highest level in 2007. Dublin property prices are 29.5% lower than their February 2007 peak.
A similar report last month from property website Daft.ie showed the national average list price during the second quarter was €240,000 - 11.7% higher than a year previously and over €75,000 higher than its lowest point.