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House prices are dropping as the supply of new homes increases

Average house prices in Dublin are dropping at a rate of more than 1,000 euro per month, as the s...

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10.47 24 Jun 2019


House prices are dropping as the supply of new homes increases


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10.47 24 Jun 2019


Average house prices in Dublin are dropping at a rate of more than 1,000 euro per month, as the supply of new homes is increasing.

The sale price of an average three-bed semi in the capital has dropped to 433,000 euro as cash buyers dry up.

To hear more on the topic, Kieran and Shane were joined by Michael O’Flynn, Chairman and CEO of the O’Flynn group.


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Buying Property Dublin Housing Housing Crisis Housing Prices Housing Supply Kieran Cuddihy Michael O'Flynn Newstalk Newstalk Breakfast O'flynn Group Property Market Property Prices Shane Coleman

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