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Planning Policy Drives Prices Higher In Ireland

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This was on the main news last night. The report finished with immortal words "there's only one way prices are going to go....and that's up!"

In the meantime Ireland's credit growth increases at 30% per annum and rental yields drop below 2%.

A house at the end of my street is on for €780,000, that's €150,000 up on last summer! The stamp duty alone at 9% is equal to 4 years rent!!! Madness.

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