Lois Bridges, Greenfield Road, Sutton (-1.25m,-43%)

They were looking for 2.9 million in September

archives.tcm.ie/businesspost/200 … y26928.asp

Now asking for 2.5 million


Up to 2.65 million

Now €2.2m (-700k, -24%)


Nice house but totally silly money, if the cost for materials to build that is 20% plus labour then the real value is probably around 8-900k in real money. Remember this is Sutton not Monaco.

Now €1.65m (-1.25m,-43%)

Very nice property. Still over-priced, but substantially better than what you would get in the equivalent location on the other side of the Liffey.

Still €1.65m to buy, also to rent at €6k per month.


Up to 1.8m
myhome.ie/residential/search … TXLE344169

The recovery continues apace…

Im glad to see the vendor is ready to change the price at a moments notice and Im sure they will reduce it again when they find this recovery is no more than the old dead cat bounce + wishful thinking from an industry on its knees.
I also wonder have the vendors factored in the fact that the arse has dropped out of the economy and we are pretty sure there will be a property tax plus recovery may be IMF led and not FF lead. :angry:

Do some vendors believe there’s a recovery happening? I was only joking FFS… XX

They must do if they’re putting prices back up or maybe they believe its really worth it. :angry: