Irish property listings site Daft.ie is reporting this week that home rental supply is significantly rising based on the spike of listings posted in March 2020.
Prime regional country house prices in the United Kingdom were unchanged in the final three months of 2019, taking the annual change in values to -0.8%. Prices have been flat or declining for the past three years.
Home prices in Ireland fell by 1.2% during 2019, the first calendar year recording a fall in prices since 2012. The average price nationwide in the final quarter of the year was €250,766, 2.4% lower than in the third quarter and 1.2% lower than a year ago.
According to global real estate consultant Knight Frank, home prices across 56 countries and territories worldwide are rising at an annual rate of 3.7% on average. This marks the index's slowest rate of growth for over six years.
Ireland home prices in 2019 grew by 1% year-on-year and 715 properties were sold so far this year that are worth €1m or more.
With capital growth in most prime residential markets around the world shrinking in 2019, the global economic landscape looks markedly different from that a year ago.
According to the latest quarterly Rental Report by Daft.ie, residential rents rose by an average of 5.2% nationwide in the year to September 2019. This marks the lowest rate of rental inflation across the country since the second quarter of 2013.
According to global property consultant JLL, take-up for Ireland office space in Q3, 2019 totaled 394,093 sq. ft across 44 deals. This is 19% higher than last quarter, in the year-to-date; take-up is 2.2 million sq. ft.
According to the new Future Gazing: Logistics - The Last Mile Report by global property adviser Knight Frank, optimal locations for 'last mile' logistics space is now being driven by not just where online shoppers live and work but also the increasing complexity of delivery models.
According to Daft.ie, Ireland housing prices in the third quarter of 2019 were just 0.1% higher than a year previously, effectively marking the end of six years of rising housing prices.
According to Ireland property portal Daft.ie, the number 13 is a very unlucky when it comes to Ireland home addresses, or dates on a calendar when selling.
According to Daft.ie, Ireland rents rose by an average of 6.7% nationwide, in the year to June 2019. This marks the lowest rate of rental inflation across the country since the final quarter of 2013.
According to UK's Office for National Statistics, which tracks internal moves within the UK, migration from London to other parts of the UK reached its highest ever level in 2018.
According to Daft.ie latest Ireland Sales Report, home prices in the second quarter of 2019 were 3.7% higher than a year previously, the lowest rate of inflation since late 2013.
According to a new report by Daft.ie, Ireland home prices are currently growing by 5.9% year-on-year and in 2019 there are on average 11 properties sold nationwide every week that are worth €1m or more.
According to the latest quarterly Rental Report by Daft.ie, there were just 2,700 homes available to rent nationwide in Ireland on May 1st, 2019, the lowest total ever recorded in a series dating back to 2006.
According to new research from Daft.ie, Ireland home prices close to DART stations and Luas stops rose again by an average of 4% in the first quarter of 2019 to an average of €512,000 ($571,000 USD).
According to JLL, national investment deals greater than €1million ($1.13m) in Ireland's commercial property investment market totaled close to €600 million ($675m) in Q1 2019 across 31 deals.