Asking prices for houses that were for sale here in May rose by an average of 3.7%, regaining the 5.5% of lost ground in April, according to new data released by property website Daft.ie.
In the Leinster counties, asking prices remain 2.1% above levels seen 12 months ago.
In contrast, average listed prices in Munster during May were 5.7% lower than a year ago.
When it comes to the availability of homes, there were 22% fewer homes for sale at the start of June across the country than at the same time in 2019.
But the rental market saw a slight increase of 6% in the number of properties available in May.