Almost 1 in 6 Question If They’ll Ever Own a Home

Almost 1 in 6 Irish people are sceptical of the likelihood that they will every own a home according to recent research. According to a recent survey of over 5,000 people from AA Home Insurance, 9.22% of respondents fully agreed with the claim that owning a home was something they felt that they were unlikely […]

Waterways Ireland Has Successful Meeting With Local Authority Network

Waterways Ireland recently held a successful Local Authority Networking Meeting in Athlone. Bringing together the key staff from tourism, sport, economic development and heritage; the 19 Local Authorities with whom Waterways Ireland works were well represented on the day. Presentations were made on the different aspects of Waterways Ireland’s work across Blueways, Property, Communications, Heritage, […]

AA Survey Finds Homebuyers Getting Older Before Entering Market

Over 50% of those under 35 still waiting to purchase first home 83% of those currently over 55 had bought first home before turning 36 15% aged between 25 and 35 doubt they will ever own a home. The average age of at which people enter the property market is on the rise as over […]

Tipperary House Prices Rise .87% This Year

The price of the average three-bed semi detached house in Tipperary has increased by .87% to €129,750 in the last three months, a nationwide property survey has found. The REA Average House Price Survey concentrates on the sale price of Ireland’s typical stock home, the three-bed semi, giving an up-to-date picture of the property market […]

Irish house prices rising fastest in EU

Ireland’s house prices were 16.3% higher in the last quarter of 2014 than in the last quarter of 2013, according to Eurostat estimates released today. This is the highest annual house price increase in the EU. Today’s estimates also show that the rate at which Irish house prices increased over the year in 2014 was […]

51 repossession cases in Nenagh – Morris claims Tipperary Housing crisis caused by Government policies

Statement by Cllr Seamie Morris The housing crisis has seen over 750 people forced to seek the help of homeless services in the last 18 months alone. The reduction in rent allowance and rent caps has caused severe tensions between Landlord and Tenant with the latter being forced to renegotiate rents downwards with landlords time […]

REA urges Tipperary property vendors to register for London exhibition

Survey finds 39% rise in Irish property sales to UK buyers in 2013. Irish property sales to UK-based purchasers boomed in 2013, with one national estate agency group reporting a 39% increase in business over 2012. A survey of Real Estate Alliance members nationwide reported that 20% of their overall enquiries now come from across […]

Tipperary Property Average Asking Prices Fell 1.3% between March and June

New interactive mapping tool shows changes in prices and rents since the peak, for over 1,000 areas of the country   The average asking price of property in Dublin has fallen by less than 1% in the first half of 2012 compared to 10% in the second half of 2011, according to the latest House […]

Daft Report, Q1 2012 – Smallest quarterly fall in prices since 2007

The first quarter of 2012 saw the smallest decline in asking prices since the market began to fall in 2007, according to the latest House Price Report. Prices fell by 1.4% on average during the first three months of the year, compared to 8% in the final three months of 2011. The national average […]

Asking prices fall sharply in final three months of 2011

Asking prices for residential property around the country fell by an average of 7.7% between September and December, according to the 2011 In Review report published by property website This is the sharpest three-month fall in prices to date and means that the percentage fall in prices over the course of 2011 was 18%, as […]

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