New Home Brief - April 29th 2001

As before for:
Carlow - viewtopic.php?f=10&t=22849
Commuter towns - viewtopic.php?f=10&t=23455
Mullingar - viewtopic.php?f=10&t=22629

I’ve taken this article archives.tcm.ie/businesspost/200 … 725928.asp
From the Sunday Business Post, April 29th 2001 to build up a picture of asking prices then and now.

Inflation calculator used - anthonykelly.com/inflation.html

Drogheda

£250,000 is E317,434.52, with inflation it’s approximately E429,000K

Nothing for sale in Longwood itself.
In and around Drogheda on Daft.ie five bed properties - bit.ly/17d7Do
The cheapest 5 bed in Drogheda is on at E280,000, daft.ie/1461629 however that is a three bed with an attic conversion.
The closest comparable sounding property seems to be daft.ie/1471149 at E350K
There are several others under the E430K mark and then many that are just clearly nuts.

Delgany

£285,000, E361,875, E489,000 with inflation.
£400,000, E507,895, E686,000 with inflation

bit.ly/23wEzJ shows 4 houses in Delgany wood currently on sale.

E450K for 102sqm
E535K for 122sqm
E495K for 100sqm

and the final a group of properties in a new part of the development:
1 x 2 bed mid terrace - €350,000
3 x 3 bed end terrace - FROM €395,000 - all reserved - register on cancellation list
3 x 3 bed semi-detached - FROM €425,000

Blanchardstown

Weirdly I can’t find any reference to this development in for sale sites.

£172,000 - E218,395, or E295K with inflation
£177,500 - E225,378.50 or E304.5K with inflation
£192,000 - E243,789.71 or E329K with inflation

bit.ly/69Rp1 Two beds in Blanchardstown start at E149K with the highest priced at E275K
bit.ly/1FLH3Y Three beds in Blanchardstown start at E170K with the highest semi-d priced at E395K
(there are two further detached houses with are at crazy money)

**Dun Laoghaire **

£198K - E251K or E339.6K with inflation
£270K - E343K or E463K with inflation

There are currently five properties for sale at Eaglewood, all of them 2 beds and all of them quoted as “region”
bit.ly/XbpeM

@E390K, no size given.
@E420k and 110sqm
@E450K and 80sqm
@E455k and 80sqm

Is the rate of inflation used not partly based on house prices?This makes for a circular comparison in adjusted house prices.

No, CPI includes mortgage repayments.