Limerick City average house prices rise by 4.2% in first three…

first_imgRELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Covid crisis impacts building of new homes in Limerick Advertisement NewsHousingLimerick City average house prices rise by 4.2% in first three months according to national surveyBy Staff Reporter – March 26, 2018 1429 Students warned of rental scams in Limerick Limerick city house prices rise 4.9% as time to sell falls REA sale picThe price of the average three-bed semi in Limerick City rose by 4.2% to €200,000 in the last 3 months, according to a national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance.The average three-bed semi price in Limerick County now stands at €149,000, an increase of 0.7% so far this year.“Prices have increased in the first quarter of 2018, but we are expecting them to level off over the next few months due to the commencement of new home developments which will offer greater supply,” said Michael O’Connor of REA O’Connor Murphy.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The REA Average House Price Survey concentrates on the actual sale price of Ireland’s typical stock home, the three-bed semi, giving an up-to-date picture of the property market in towns and cities countrywide to the close of last week.The average semi-detached house nationally now costs €229,111, the Q1 REA Average House Price Survey has found – a rise of 1.5% on the Q4 2017 figure of €225,806.Overall, the average house price across the country rose by 9.1% over the past 12 months – indicating that the market is steadying after the 11.3% overall rise in 2017.The rate of increase in three-bed semi-detached home prices in Dublin slowed to just 0.5% in the first three months of the year.After rising by 12.5% in 2017, the average price in the capital has increased by just €2,000 in the opening quarter and now stands at €440,000 – exactly twice the Central Bank’s €220,000 mortgage deposit threshold.The rate of increase in three-bed semi-detached home prices in Dublin has now slowed to 2% over the past six months, compared to an increase of 4.5% in the opening three months of 2017.“The Dublin market has become quite price sensitive, even though we are seeing healthy demand and good liquidity with plenty of mortgage lending,” said REA spokesperson Barry McDonald.“What we may be seeing, after the rapid increases of recent years, are the Central Bank mortgage lending restrictions imposing an upper level on purchasing power for some buyers.“We are experiencing strong demand across the board, and homes are reaching sale agreed in just five weeks across the country – which is good news for both buyers and vendors.The commuter counties continued their recent steady growth with a 1.4% increase in Q1, with the average house now selling for €235,900 – a rise of €3,000 in the first three months of the year.The country’s major cities outside Dublin recorded a combined Q1 rise of 2.1%, with an average three-bed semi costing €243,750.The highest increases were seen in the rest of the country’s towns, which experienced a 2.9% rise in Q1 to an average of €150,050.More about housing here. Twitter Limerick county house prices to rise 5% in 2021 Printcenter_img WhatsApp Facebook TAGScommuterHousingnational surveyReal estate Alliancethree bed semi Email Mortgage payment break for local authority home loan borrowers will be extended by a further three months Previous article24,876 pensioners in Limerick will see increase in their pension this week says Limerick SenatorNext articleCompetition winner Staff Reporter Linkedin Average Limerick city house prices rise 2.5% in past yearlast_img

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