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2019 Q2 2019 Waterford Property Report in association with Davy

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Main Findings

  • Property prices continuing to cool
  • Annual asking price inflation now at 2.4% - the lowest level in five years
  • Waterford house prices show solid gain
Price (€) % Change quarter-on-quarter % Change year-on-year
National (stock) €276,000 2.1% 2.4%
Dublin (stock) €382,000 0.5% -0.6%
ex - Dublin €231,000 3.2% 4.4%
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The average asking price for 3-bedroom semi-detached houses was €169,500 in Waterford, up 2.7% on the year. This is a solid gain, but slower than double-digit gains in 2017 and 2018, illustrating the period of ‘catch-up’ in Waterford is slowing coming to an end.

In contrast, average prices of 2-bedroom apartments are up 15% on last year, albeit to only €90,000. In Waterford city, average asking prices were €125,000, up 2% on the year, but again a slower pace of increase than in previous years.

The average asking price across Waterford for all property types was €175,000, up from €165,000 two years ago, leaving the county as still the second least expensive across Munster, compared with Clare (€195,000), Cork (€245,000), Kerry (€185,000), Limerick (€198,000) and Tipperary (€168,500). Waterford

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Property Report Team

Conall MacCoille

Chief Economist

Davy Research

Joanne Geary

Managing Director

Graham Neary

Chartered Financial Analyst

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