Despite the cost of living crisis, houses were sold in late summer for 9.5 percent more than in the previous year

House prices continued to rise in late summer despite the impact of inflation and higher interest rates, according to a new survey.

According to a housing market report by Valuemyhome – which measures the prices at which homes are selling – homes sold for an average of 9.5 percent more in the third quarter of the year than in the same quarter last year.

https://www.independent.ie/business/personal-finance/property-mortgages/how-much-is-your-house-worth/homes-sold-for-95pc-more-than-last-year-in-late-summer-despite-cost-of-living-crisis-42135753.html Despite the cost of living crisis, houses were sold in late summer for 9.5 percent more than in the previous year

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