Least expensive place to buy a house in Ireland predict as prices continue to rise

Least expensive place to buy a house in Ireland predict as prices continue to rise

Leitrim is the least expensive county in Ireland to buy a house in, another report has uncovered.

A three-bedroom semi-detached house in Mohill, will cost house hunters just €90,000.

The news comes as estate agents predict a monstrous property price ascent of 7.7 percent outside of Dublin this year.

In the capital in any case, prices are tipped to go up by simply 3.8 percent over the coming year, as per The Sunday Times 2019 property price guide.

The guide recommends that a three-bedroom semi-detached house in Mohill is the best an incentive for cash

The following most moderate places are Edgeworthstown in Co Longford and Ballymote in Co Sligo, where three-bed semis are going for somewhere in the range of €90,000 and €100,000.

The report additionally discovered that prospective home buyers’ feelings of dread encompassing a “no-deal” Brexit was a reason for concern.

Be that as it may, the guide likewise notes noted that bequest operators estate agents were hopeful that a decent EU-UK divorce deal could restore confidence to the market.