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House Price Rocketing In Ireland..........

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I've seen yoy(feb to feb) price rises of about 20% in my 'sample' area. The more the merrier. :D

Thats Irelands way of saying "Feck eff Trichet with ure December rate rise

You cant bring us down to be sure, to be sure"

:lol:

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The problem is inate Irish optimism. A great traite when it comes to getting into markets first (Ive always found the Irish lead the charge), but not so good when markets are maturing as this is the time to take some profits , not to try and ride an 'endless' wave.

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Niall O’Grady, Head of Marketing, permanent tsb said: "Going forward, we expect that this will be balanced somewhat by the recent ECB rate increase."

finely balanced like a pin on a mirror in a hurricane...

:)

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the irish missed the last property crash, things levelled off, low intrest rates have fueled this bubble, and intrest rates will pop it with an allmighty bang. The irish appear to be investing abroad now, irish funded flats are popping up in worcester uk..

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In the imortal words of that great bard Kenny Rogers;

You got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em,

Know when to walk away and know when to run.

You never count your money when you’re sittin’ at the table.

There’ll be time enough for countin’ when the dealin’s done

:P

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