Why are Property Prices on the Irish Coasts Rising?

According to research, properties along the Irish coast have increased in value since the pandemic hit demand, with sea properties outperforming pre-covid times by a large margin. The reports also show that property values are now 23 percent higher than the national average growth in the same period before the Covid-19 Pandemic, which was only 8.7 percent. These coastal zones stretch from Carlingford and Rosslare on the east coast to Renvyle and Dunfanaghy on the west coast.

According to a property report on the Daft website, it shows that the prices of coastal properties have risen since the onset of the pandemic, echoing a few anecdotes. One reason for the increase is that popular coastal properties demanded a premium over properties in other parts of the country. The report explains why the price of a home with a view of the sea is rapidly increasing, as some people are retreating from city life with remote operating standards for many after extended city shutdowns.

The website (Daft.ie) focused on some well-known coastal areas, listings related to the price register, in …

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