That's according to the latest figures from myhome.ie.
The average cost of a home in Offaly grew at the third highest rate in Ireland last year.
Only prices in Kerry and Tipperary increased at a faster pace.
Those looking to get on the property ladder in Offaly will now be paying €165,000 on average.
That's an jump of 6.45% throughout 2020 but remains the second cheapest in Leinster behind Longford.
Only property values Tipperary at 6.63% and Kerry at 15.81% saw stronger growth.
House prices in Laois witnessed a minimal rise of 0.58% to an average price €169,725.
While Westmeath remains unchanged and the least affordable in the midlands region at €179,950.
The figures come from the myhome.ie property price report from quarter four of 2020 who're predicting that inflation will continue in the early months of 2021.
The median price of a home in Ireland outside of Dublin grew by 6.9% in the last 12 months and now stands at €238,000.