Lack Of Supply Leads To 8% Jump In Midlands House Prices - Association of Irish Mortgage Advisers

House price growth in the midlands is exceeding the national average.

House prices in the midlands have risen by 8% in the year to February.

The latest figures from the CSO show Laois is the most expensive option for a home in the region, with an average price tag of €255,000.

That's followed by €250,000 in Westmeath, and €235,000 in Offaly.

Nationally, property prices increased by just over 6% in the year to February, with first-time buyers accounting for over a third of sales.

Chair of the Association of Irish Mortgage Advisers, Trevor Grant, says housing supply is still an issue:

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