Brexit has affected the sale of holiday homes in Kerry.
That’s according to the Irish Independent, which this morning revealed a breakdown of property prices throughout the country.
Property prices in the county are up 8% in the last twelve months, slightly below the national average of 9%.
The average price of a three-bed semi in Kerry is now €160,000, while four-bed semis are getting €175,000.
Mark Keenan, Residential Property Editor with the Irish Independent, says the Brexit vote in 2016 affected the Kerry market.
Meanwhile, the average property price in Killarney remains higher than in the rest of the county.
Mark Keenan says prices are up 6% in the tourist town.