According to Ireland property portal Daft.ie, Ireland housing prices during 2023 rose by an average of 3.4%, the smallest increase since 2019. The typical listed price nationwide in the final three months of the year was €320,046, 1.5% lower than in the third quarter and roughly 14% below the Celtic Tiger peak.
According to AAA booking data, international trips are on the rise this year. International travel is up more than 200% compared to 2022. Hotel bookings are seeing the biggest jump, up more than 300% over last year.
According to ING, high interest rates and soaring building costs have drastically reduced the demand for new buildings in Europe.
According to the latest Rental Report by Daft.ie, Ireland's residential market rents in the second quarter of 2023 rose by an average of 2.4% compared to the first three months of the year.
According to new research from JLL, post a global pandemic, Ireland's office market witnessed robust leasing activity, with 408,000 sq. ft. of office space transacted through 54 deals, representing a notable growth in volumes of 49.5% quarter-on-quarter.