House prices in Louth continue to rise according to the the latest Daft.ie House Price Report
The average house price in Longford is now €137,000, 63% above its lowest point.
That's according to the latest House Price Report released by property website, daft.ie.
Housing prices in Longford rose by 6.5% during 2018 and nationally, prices rose by 5.5%, or by €1,000 per month.
Longford, alongside, Leitrim, Roscommon and Sligo, remains one of the least expensive counties in the country to purchase a home.
The annual national increase of 5.5% (€241,000 was the average asking price for Q4 2017) or just over €1,000 a month, was significantly smaller than increases of between 8% and 9% seen in 2015, 2016 and 2017 and marks the lowest year-end inflation rate since prices bottomed out in 2013.
The number of properties available to buy on the market nationwide also rose by 10% during 2018.
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