Where is the cheapest place to live in Ireland?

Where is the cheapest place to live in Ireland?

If affordability is high on your priority list and you’re wondering where the cheapest place to live in Ireland is, we’ve got you covered. At the end of last year, average house prices in the Emerald Isle were €290,998, but there are plenty of areas where property is much cheaper than this. Here are five affordable places to buy a home in Ireland.
Six gorgeous villages in County Cork

Six gorgeous villages in County Cork

Nestled in its south west corner, Cork is Ireland’s largest county and is home to some of its most incredible scenery, as well as Cork City itself – widely regarded as the ‘real Irish capital’. Cork City is an exciting place to be, but today we’re venturing out of the city limits to reveal the surrounding area, investigating the best locations, climate and prices of property.
Get ready for the January rush

Get ready for the January rush

If 2020 is going to be the year you move to or buy property in Ireland, there are a few things you can do now to prepare yourself for the January rush. Today, we’re running through what you can expect from the Irish property market in 2020, discussing whether Brexit will affect you, and outlining which professionals you can get onside now to ease you through your purchase of Irish property. 
Which Irish city would suit you?

Which Irish city would suit you?

When you move to Ireland or buy Irish property, it’s important to select your ideal location based upon your intentions for the move or purchase. Are you moving for job opportunities, or for accessibility to nature? To raise a family? To set you off on the right track for your move to Ireland, today we’re revealing the best cities for each demographic…
Slow but steady growth in Irish property prices

Slow but steady growth in Irish property prices

The Irish property market has been a tale of two halves for some time now, with prices in Dublin shooting up during the tech boom, while the rest of the country saw more measured growth. Now, however, the two seem to be coming into step, with slow but steady growth reported nationwide. Could this be the perfect time for overseas buyers?

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