The price of a three-bedroom semi detached home in Kerry has risen by over 1 per cent to €170,000 in the past three months.
That’s according to the latest Real Estate Alliance price survey, up to the end of September.
It shows that prices rose by 1.19 percent for Ireland’s typical stock home, the three-bed semi.
The national average price now stands at just over €188,000 (€188,102), a rise of over €1,000 on last year.
But Donal Culloty and Eddie Barrett, both REA agents in Kerry warn there is a severe shortage and no new developments.