Property prices continue to rise nationally

Property prices continue to rise nationally

Property prices nationally have experienced their lowest annual rise in over 2 years, with prices growing by 7.1% in the year to November.

The Central Statistics Office figures show this is down from 8.4% the previous month.

In Dublin, there was a 5% rise in prices, with the biggest hikes seen in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown and lowest in Fingal.

Outside the capital, the Midwest region experienced the largest rise in prices at 20.7%.

The smallest increase of 6.1% was in the Border region.

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