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Meanwhile, last week, RTÉ reported:

“In a review of risks to the Irish economy, the Central Bank noted that house price growth in Dublin is now higher than that recorded at the peak of the property bubble in 2006. House price growth in Dublin has been above 23% since June. This is higher than the previous peak in house price growth of 22.5% – recorded in August 2006 – at the height of the housing bubble. The Central Bank said that the identification and removal of barriers to further housing construction – either financial or planning – is urgently needed to increase the supply of housing in the market.”

Central Bank concerned at rapid rise in house prices (RTE, December 17, 2014)

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Meanwhile, figures released today by estate agents, Douglas Newman Goode (DNG) suggest that there has been a 5.9 per cent increase in Dublin house prices from the end of April. It says that house prices in the capital climbed by €20,000 since end March or €220 per day in the capital and found that houses with price tags of less than €250,000 grew at the fastest rate 10.9 per cent in the second quarter.

Or €6,600 a month.



Dublin house prices rise nearly 25% in 12 months (Irish Times)

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