The price of a 4 bed semi-detached home in Tipperary has gone up nearly seven percent in the last three months, as house-price inflation continues to soar.
The latest figures from the MyHome.ie website show a 6.7% rise – up to €160,000 – in the Premier county for the second quarter of the year.
The national average house-price jumped 5 points and they’re expected to grow by double digits for the year in total.
The price of 3 bed semis in Tipp rose to €135,000 – that’s 2 percent for the quarter or 4% year on year.
James Rogers from MyHome.ie says the lack of supply across the country is affecting Tipperary as well.