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House prices dip to 2002 levels

(UKPA) – 41 minutes ago

Average house prices are down to levels last seen in 2002 after a 38% fall from the peak, a survey has revealed.

Experts said prices were still falling at the end of last year but at a lower rate than the same period in 2009.

According to the index compiled by permanent tsb and the ESRI think tank, house prices came down by 10.8% over the course of last year.

We can but dream...

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Is that all?

Ireland will begin to stabilise when they're back to 1996 levels, inflation adjusted - that's when people started to say WTF! A bit of overshoot - especially in apartments at 10% of 2006 prices.

Edited by okaycuckoo

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good for them..

when will this come true here !!:unsure:

We are the last man standing--all credit (pun) to Gordon who set up the housing market and enough debt to keep it going longer than anyone else.

All is well at the moment with high employment compared with the rest of the world, the strongest currency, a soaring stockmarket, AAA+ bonds with no negative outlook, the highest house prices and the worst inflation.

I cannot see it lasting much longer and house in my area started to drop heavily in December with many down 10%.

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