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A joint income of almost €100,000 is needed to buy the cheapest new apartment in Dublin

This is because it is not financially viable for developers to build apartments to sell to ordina...

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14.05 26 Jan 2021


A joint income of almost €100,000 is needed to buy the cheapest new apartment in Dublin


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14.05 26 Jan 2021


This is because it is not financially viable for developers to build apartments to sell to ordinary people.

Are you one of those people affected? Do you have no hope of ever getting on the property ladder? If so, get in touch with us now.

Sinead Ryan Consumer Journalist and presenter of the Home Show here on Newstalk and joined Andrea on the show with many listeners.

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