« BackAnnual increase of 7.4% on price of 4 bed semi in Kerry

The average asking price for a 4 bed semi detached house in Kerry has risen by 7.4% to €145,000 in the last year.
That’s according to a survey by MyHome.ie
Nationally the 2015 quarter two survey has seen a moderate increase in house prices continue, with the asking price nationally up 1.7%, this jumps to 2.3% in Dublin.
There was further evidence of the recovery in house prices beginning to spread across the country in Q2 with median asking prices outside Dublin increasing by 5.6%.
This was also reflected in the prices of 3 bed semis around the country; they rose in 14 counties, were unchanged in 3 and fell in 9.
Kerry was one of the three counties where the price of 3 bed semis remained unchanged at 125,000 euro.
The author of the report, Conall MacCoille, Chief Economist at Davy, said the MyHome.ie data points to a modest increase in house prices for the remainder of 2015.
With a general election looming, he urges the Government to avoid introducing any measures aimed at relaxing credit constraints and inappropriately stimulating demand even further.