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House prices in Mayo rises six per cent according to latest report

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The latest Daft.ie house price report has indicated that prices in Mayo have risen by six per cent. The report found that house prices in Mayo between October and December 2015 was on average €122,000 which was six per cent higher than in the same period in 2014 and ten per cent higher than prices were at their lowest point.

50 per cent increase in number of properties sold in Galway

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According to the property price register at the end of August, the number of property sales for both Galway city and county is showing a dramatic increase year on year. The register gives the exact selling price of properties and so is the most accurate record of actual sales that have taken place.

Property sales increase by 50 per cent

According to the property price register at the end of August, the number of property sales for both Galway city and county is showing a dramatic increase year on year. The register gives the exact selling price of properties and so is the most accurate record of actual sales that have taken place.

Galway house prices fall by 10 per cent by end of 2012

There was a drop of 10 per cent in the average price of houses in Galway city by the final quarter of 2012, according to a report by an online property website.

House price decline continues as credit and confidence remain key

House prices are continuing to fall but the rate of decline is moderating, according to the latest figures from property website MyHome.ie, which reports that asking prices for three bed semi-detached properties nationally remained unchanged in the last quarter, at €185,000.

New figures show slight rise in Galway city house prices

While temperatures failed to rise noticeably during the summer months property prices in Galway city were climbing gradually with a one per cent rise recorded.

House prices continue to fall in Mayo according to two reports

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.

Galway house prices continue to fall, says property report

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.

Dramatic fall in Galway property prices since peak, says myhome.ie survey

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.

Report shows Galway city property asking prices hardest hit

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.

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