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This week’s vital property news: Dublin is actually lagging behind in national house price surge

Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.

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EVERY WEEK, WE bring you all the news you need to know about the property market.

The Big Movers

Dublin lags behind in house prices

Believe it or not, Dublin is actually not keeping up with the national trend for house prices rising nationwide. Asking prices for newly listed houses only rose by 0.9% in Dublin as opposed to a 2.1% rise nationwide.

Blanchardstown shopping centre could be worth €1 billion

Developer Joe O’Reilly is one of the bidders for the Blanchardstown Centre and is prepared to spend up to €1 billion to acquire it, according to a report in the Irish Independent. The centre was put on the market in February by Green Property.

Under Construction

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Des Res

If you’re on the lookout for new digs in Los Angeles, then you could do worse than check out the house of BCBG founder Max Azria, who is selling his 60-room Californian estate for $88 million (approximately €77.2 million).

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All photos: Simon Berlyn via Business Insider

And Finally…

The Royal Irish Academy of Architects (RIAI) and Simon Communities have launched the 12th annual RIAI Simon Open Door campaign which sees architects nationwide offering one-hour consultations for €70 – the full amount of which goes to the Simon Communities. Head over to Simon Open Door to register.

Also: This Waterford development has 11 new homes available

Read: Take 4: Homes for every budget

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