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Front page of today’s Property Supplement in The Irish Times

“Housing is the main story for the Irish Examiner. Elaine Loughlin writes that the State is considering taking an equity stake in people’s homes, in an overhaul of the Help-To-Buy scheme. It would see the lump-sum grant replaced with a State loan to buyers, similar to the British model.

One index of the present property market is that today’s Irish Times property supplement has 32 pages – 10 pages more than the main section of the paper.”

John S Doyle, speaking during the ‘What It Says In The Papers’ slot on RTÉ One’s Morning Ireland this morning.

Good times.

Common enough in fairness.

Listen back in full here

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Amid speculation that Brexit may lead to higher house prices in Dublin, your headline asks “Will Dublin’s property market benefit from the vote to leave EU?”

Your definition of the word “benefit” clearly differs from mine.

Colm O’Connor,
Stoneybatter,
Dublin 7.

Meanwhile.

On the front page of yesterday’s Irish Times

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Thirty.

Two.

Dublin property prices (Irish Times letters page)

Thirty.

There you go now.

UPDATE: