With the Ireland housing crisis still well underway, there are little signs of recovery for a long while, making the current state of the housing market to become the new normal.
The Irish population has begun to accept what it is and proceeding with their life as with an “oh well” attitude. The new normal is here and taking over the Irish community.
With signs of the housing prices to possibly be slowing on their steep upward journey, consumers may begin to come back into the housing market as more active buyers than the market has seen in recent trends.
The second quarter of 2018 brought on some surprising numbers as the overall rates were finally evaluated and ready for assessment.
House prices rose nationally by 2.7pc with an average house price of 254,000 euro, or, 5.6 pc higher than the previous year.
These prices and statistics representing the nation as a whole. However, Dublin alone typically has a large impact on these reports.
In just Dublin, prices rose 1.8pc from March to June….an insignificant rise in just a four-month …