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The European Commission’s latest car price report shows that real car prices (price change set against inflation) in Ireland fell by 5.7 per cent in 2010. This is the third biggest drop in the Eurozone and well above the -1.5 per cent eurozone average. Car prices fell in almost every EU country in 2010. Taking all EU countries together, the average drop in car prices is 2.5 per cent in real terms in 2010. List prices for new cars also converged slightly. These long-term price trends support the Commission's decision last year that specific competition rules for the sale of new cars are no longer justified.
Asking prices for residential property in Kilkenny fell by an average of 3.4 per cent during the first three months of 2011, according to the latest report published by property website Daft.ie.
Asking prices for residential property around the country continued to fall during the first three months of 2011, according to the latest reports published by property websites Daft.ie and Myhome.ie. The national average asking price for property has fallen 43 per cent since the peak and now stands at €210,000, according to the Daft.ie report, while the average time to sell a property is now nine months, the same as a year ago.
House prices in Galway city and county are continuing to drop with a fall of almost five per cent in the first three months of this year, according to the latest findings by property website Daft.ie.
Property prices fell 3.9 per cent in the third quarter, bringing the fall for the year to date to 11 per cent, according to the latest Property Barometer issued by leading property website, MyHome.ie.
Galway city has experienced the most dramatic fall in property prices since the peak of market four years ago with a 43 per cent decline, the latest figures from myhome.ie has revealed.
House prices are continuing to fall across Westmeath, albeit at a slower pace than before, according to the latest figures from property website Daft.ie.
New figures produced by property website Daft.ie has revealed that asking prices in Galway city were hardest hit in the first three months of this year, falling by 8.8 per cent.
The price of a three-bed semi-detached house in Kilkenny has dropped by 0.17 per cent from peak prices.
House prices in Westmeath have fallen by over one fifth in the past year, according to the latest figures from property website Daft.ie.