Roscommon house prices rise while national average grows just .1%

The average asking price in Roscommon has risen by 1.8% in the last year.

According to a report released by Daft.ie a house in the county will cost you on average €140,878 during the third quarter of this year – that’s 2.7% less than in the second quarter.

Meanwhile the price of a house in Longford is down 1.2% from last year to €136,983.

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In Leitrim, the cost of housing is going down – with the average house selling for €129,306 in the third quarter of 2019 – that’s 2.4% less than they cost this time last year, Making it the cheapest county to buy a house in, in the Shannonside region.

Overall the price of housing has barely risen with the national average just 0.1% higher for this period than last year.

Author of the report, Ronan Lyons says that the findings shows an end to a six year rise of house prices: