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House premiums slowing but sizeable increases in Midlands region - IPAV

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Commenting on the most recent CSO Residential Property Price Index for September, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, says the slowing rate of increase in prices mirrors IPAV’s own findings in its six monthly barometer of prices achieved by auctioneers and is likely to continue for the remainder of the year.

Mortgage rules changes do not go far enough - IPAV

While welcoming the changes to be made to the Central Bank macroprudential mortgage rules, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers, said they do not go far enough, especially for wage earners on under €60,000.

Latest property price barometer indicates sentiment changing - IPAV

The latest Residential Property Price Barometer from IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers, covering the first half of 2022 shows an overall price increase of 6.36 percent on the previous six months.

Interest rate rises and inflation predicted to curb property increases - IPAV

Commenting on the most recent CSO Residential Property Price Index for June, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers, said while there is double digit growth in all 20 areas captured in the index, with a number even close to or at 20 percent especially in the border region, auctioneers are reporting a less strong second half of the year.

Scarcity of available properties causing continuous increase in rent prices - IPAV

Commenting on the recent RTB Q1 Rent Index IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said one of the primary reasons rents continue to increase at a high level, 9.2 percent nationally, is because of the scarcity of properties.

Lack of residential property supply is most likely to ensure house prices remain elevated - IPAV

Commenting on the most recent CSO Residential Property Price Index for April, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers, said the highest increases are now happening outside of Dublin, with three factors at play, the expensive nature of the Dublin market which has resulted in the elongation of the commuter belt; new working norms which are making areas such as the South-East particularly attractive and the sterling- Brexit factor which is seeing continuing high increases in the Border region, 22.1 percent in the year to April.

Climate agenda to lead to two tier nationwide property market, according to latest IPAV update

The climate agenda will lead to a two-tier property market, with those who imbed sustainable practices achieving higher values and those who don’t suffering a ‘brown discount’, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers has said.

RTB rent index notes insufficient data still informing policy - IPAV

Responding to the latest RTB rent Index for Q4 2021 IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers, welcomed the strong acknowledgement by the RTB that the Index represents only new tenancies registered in Q4 2021, rather than representing the current levels of all rentals, a point the Institute has been striving to highlight for some time.

More must be done to make home ownership affordable - IPAV

Commenting on the most recent CSO Residential Property Price Index for January IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers, noted that over 82 percent of dwelling purchases in January involved existing dwellings, highlighting both the insufficient number of new properties coming on the market and, to a lesser extent, the stronger demand arising from new working norms and workers being priced out of Dublin all of which are increasing the appeal of areas such as the the Midlands.

CSO house price index details property price increase due to onset of Brexit

Commenting on the most recent CSO Residential Property Price Index for December IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers, said the very high increase in the Border region, 23.7 percent in the year to December is likely driven by an approximate 15 percent sterling advantage in purchasing power to Northern Ireland buyers, together with the increased appeal of Southern Irish property addresses, within the EU but as close to the Border as possible, arising from Brexit.

 

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