Residential property prices are increasing more than twice as fast outside Dublin than in the capital as people continue to be squeezed out of Ireland’s largest housing market, the latest index suggests.
Indeed, prices in Dublin increased by 1% in October and are up 4.5% year on year but this is the lowest annual rate of inflation since the middle of 2013, according to the data from the Central Statistics Office.
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Property prices in Ireland increased 1.3% nationwide in September and are 8.9% higher year on year, the latest official figures shows.
But a breakdown of the data from the Central Statistics Office reveals that prices are now growing faster outside of Dublin than in the capital city which is no longer leading the nation.
In Dublin residential property prices rose by 0.9% in September and they are now 6.5% higher than in September 2014. This was the lowest annual increase since June 2013 and contrasts with the 20% rise recorded in April.