Property Price Inflation Halved In 2022

The Property Price Survey by the Irish Independent has shown varied results for the midlands.

The rate of property price inflation has halved throughout Ireland in the last 12 months.

That's according to a property price survey by the Irish Independent.

Increased building costs, interest rate hikes and the cost-of-living crisis contributed to cooling the market.

Mark Keenan, property editor with the Irish Independent, says house price inflation surged during the pandemic:

 

Mark Keenan, property editor with the Irish Independent, says a three bed semi detached house in Laois town costs two hundered and five thousand euro:

Mark Keenan, property editor with the Irish Independent, says a three-bed semi-detached house in Offaly town is two hundred and ten thousand euro:

Mark Keenan, property editor with the Irish Independent, says demand for property in Westmeath was very strong in the first half of 2022:

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