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#Myhome.ie

# myhome-ie - Friday 29 March, 2019

Median asking price for new home sales is €271k nationally and €380k in Dublin

That’s according to the latest residential property price report from MyHome.ie.

# myhome-ie - Friday 28 September, 2018

Average asking price for 3-bed semi-d is €268,000 nationally or €375,000 in Dublin

That represents a decrease in both figures.

# myhome-ie - Saturday 22 September, 2018

Almost 25,000 homes sold in the first half of 2018. Here's where they all are

New analysis from MyHome.ie has found that the number of homes being sold is rising across the country.

# myhome-ie - Monday 2 July, 2018

The asking price for a typical three bed semi-detached in Dublin is now at €310,000

The report looks at house prices over the year up until the end of Q2 of this of this year.

# myhome-ie - Tuesday 3 April, 2018

There are signs housing supply is starting to pick up in Dublin - but it's stagnant elsewhere

Prices are – you guessed it – still creeping up, but there are signs the rate is starting to slow.

# myhome-ie - Thursday 26 October, 2017

Dublin's housing sprawl outside the M50 will be 'a huge issue' in the future

The largest numbers of sales in the capital so far this year have been in new projects on the outskirts.

# myhome-ie - Monday 11 September, 2017

Rise in house sales along commuter belts due to lack of affordable homes in Dublin

A MyHome.ie study shows the number of house sales has increased by 8.4% in the first half of 2017.

# myhome-ie - Monday 3 July, 2017

House prices in Dublin rise by €32,000 in six months

The Help-to-Buy scheme appears to have contributed to house price inflation, according to a new report.

# myhome-ie - Monday 3 April, 2017

Asking price for typical three-bed semi in Dublin rises to €290,000

House prices continued to soar in the first three months of 2017.

# myhome-ie - Monday 11 January, 2016

What are house prices going to do in 2016?

They’ll be increasing, but very gradually.

# myhome-ie - Tuesday 30 September, 2014

Numbers crunched: New report reveals the extent of Dublin's housing shortage

Meanwhile, another report shows activity in the housing sector not seen for several years.

# myhome-ie - Wednesday 20 August, 2014

From The Daily Edge This three-bedroom semi in Cork is marked for sale at €42 million Bubble Bubble

This three-bedroom semi in Cork is marked for sale at €42 million

And people say there isn’t a property bubble.

# myhome-ie - Thursday 8 May, 2014

Thirteen counties are selling houses at a faster rate than Dublin, any ideas which?

Laois is the only county to record a fall in sales!

# myhome-ie - Sunday 20 April, 2014

Thinking of buying? Here's 11 of the cheapest homes on the market right now €75000 Or Less This post contains images

Thinking of buying? Here's 11 of the cheapest homes on the market right now

Asking prices are up around 3.5 per cent on this time last year, and the lack of supply’s been pushing up prices in Dublin. But what’s on offer for less than €75,000?

# myhome-ie - Thursday 20 February, 2014

There are just 3,000 properties for sale in the capital with Dublin 15 the most popular

The biggest one off residential sale in Dublin was that of Walford, Shrewsbury Road in March for €14 million.

# myhome-ie - Thursday 2 January, 2014

Mind the gap: Dublin house prices almost a third higher than the rest of the country

Supply concerns in the capital are driving price increase with the average asking price now €241,000.

# myhome-ie - Saturday 11 May, 2013

Two in five to ignore Revenue's advice and opt for lower property tax figure LPT

Two in five to ignore Revenue's advice and opt for lower property tax figure

The survey revealed that only 22 per cent said they agreed with the introduction of the tax.

# myhome-ie - Tuesday 2 April, 2013

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Good morning! Here’s what you need to know as you get back into the swing of things after the long weekend.

Dublin property market showing signs of stabilisation - reports

Meanwhile, house prices nationally were down 1.8 per cent in Q1 2013, MyHome.ie says.

# myhome-ie - Wednesday 17 October, 2012

63 per cent of first time buyers will buy in the next 12 months

Around 60% of first time buyers believe banks aren’t lending according a new MyHome.ie survey.

# myhome-ie - Friday 17 August, 2012

Affording college the biggest worry for 40 per cent of students

Over a third drink at least once a week while Limerick offers the best value for money in accommodation, says survey of 1500 students.

# myhome-ie - Monday 2 April, 2012

Poll: Is now a good time to buy a home? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Is now a good time to buy a home?

Two house price reports are out today – both say house prices still falling, but one says that slide is now very slow. Tell us what you think…

Daft, MyHome reports offer mixed messages on house prices

Two new reports on property prices out this morning agree that prices are falling, but not on very much else.

# myhome-ie - Tuesday 3 January, 2012

Not-so-happy new year: House prices still dropping as January begins

Two new reports show the property market continued its decline right up to the end of 2011, with few signs of an immediate recovery.

# myhome-ie - Monday 3 October, 2011

House prices down 3.2 per cent… or 3.5 per cent, depending on which report you read

Daft.ie and MyHome.ie have released their latest figured for house prices in the third quarter of the year…

# myhome-ie - Tuesday 5 April, 2011

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Nine things you need to know by 9am: Investigation underway after some gardaí allegedly joked about ‘raping’ and ‘deporting’ Corrib protesters; fears of a serial killer on the loose in New York and why Ireland’s not the only country worried about banking stress tests.

# myhome-ie - Wednesday 11 August, 2010

KERRY is the most popular ‘staycation’ destination according to a new survey.

With more and more of us holidaying at home it’s the South and the West that have proved popular hotspots. Galway, comes in second and along with Wexford and Cork, these are the most popular destinations according to Myhome.ie

Dublin failed to make the cut. Holidays homes in the capital come in at €735 per week compared to just €290 for Longford – not much to see there, but it’s not too far from Galway.

Those Discover Ireland ad’s most be effective then. “I want to go, I want to get away….”