House asking prices jump 9% in ‘aggressive’ market

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Asking prices for Irish houses are currently running 9 per cent higher than a year ago, according to two separate reports, both of which highlight that prices outside of Dublin are accelerating faster than in the capital. Still, the overall rate of inflation noted in the latest quarterly reports from property websites MyHome.ie and Daft.ie was down from the 13 per cent rate flagged by both in their second-quarter reports, published at the end of June. In Dublin, average prices rose by 4.9 per cent to €399,323 in the 12 months to September, the slowest rate of inflation in a year, according to Daft.ie. Outside the main cities, growth is running at an average of 12.9 per cent, the Daft.ie report showed, with prices in Mayo and Leitrim soaring more than 20 per cent. Property p
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