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This Infographic Reveals The Cheapest Places To Buy A House In Ireland

By seank

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am


A newly released report has indicated that house prices in Ireland will increase by 5% this year.

Conducted by, the report states that the price inflation is due to the economic recovery and its attendant income growth.

The price increase will be larger outside of Dublin, with Meath increasing by 16%, Galway by 12%, Kildare, Clare and Louth by 10%, and Cork and Laois by 8%. 

Take a look at the map which accompanied the report which the outlined the change in asking prices.

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According the report, the most expensive places in Ireland to buy a four bed semi-detached house are Dublin (€399,000), Wicklow (€345,000), and Kildare (€270,000). 

The least expensive places to buy are Longford (€80,000), Leitrim (€99,900), and Donegal (€107,500).

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To view the full report, click here.

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