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Irish H P I Is Over 300% In Some Areas

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http://www.housefund.co.uk/2006/06/irish-h...70-percent.html

Irish House prices up 270 percent
House prices in the Republic of Ireland have increased by 270% over the past ten years, according to the results of a survey by Permanent TSB/ESRI.
The Permanent TSB/ESRI House Price Index stated that the average annual increase in prices was almost 15% for each year since 1996.
Winning county was Wicklow which saw prices increase by 310%
. The smallest increase was recorded in Co Roscommon where prices grew by 190%.
The average house price in Ireland in 1996 was ?75,000. In 2005, the average house price was ?280,000.
1998 was a bumper year, with house prices increasing by 30%.
Permanent TSB/ESRI also said that ten years ago the difference between comparable houses in Dublin and the rest of the country was an average figure of ?10,000, where now, the gap stands at an average figure of ?130,000.

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Could IR have the largest bubble in history? Imagine the huge loans they must be taking out and with the ECB hawkish on IR........................... :o

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