Residential property prices rose by 16.3% in the year to December 2014.
Fianna Fáil has criticised the new mortgage lending rules issued by the Central Bank last night, saying they are unfair on families who want to trade up.
One in five of all non-property owners in Dublin plans to buy a home in the next 12 months, according to a new poll.
House prices across the country have now moved from recovery to growth mode according to a new survey published today.
Home ownership rates have dropped in Ireland since the economic crash, according to a major global report by the ratings agency Fitch.
House prices here rose by more than 16% in 2014.
The Central Bank is being called on not to proceed with their plans to introduce strict new mortgage lending rules.
The Central Bank has today expressed concern about the recent surge in residential property prices.
A large portfolio of receivership properties will go under the hammer in Galway today.
Asking prices for houses across the country are continuing to rise, according to the latest report by MyHome.ie.
Irish residential property prices rose by 2.3% in August when compared to July.
New figures show rents are continuing to rise around the country.
NAMA says funding is in place to deliver 4,500 new houses and apartments in Dublin over the next 18 months.
The number of homes in negative equity has dropped by around 15%.
A new report indicates that if rents continue to rise young people will be more likely to share accommodation, or live with their parents for longer.
House prices in Dublin are now rising at more than seven times the rate of the rest of the country.
The national asking prices for houses have risen for the first time in eight years.
Rents in Dublin continue to rise, while those in the rest of the country stagnant, or falling.
Residential property prices in Dublin grew by 3.9% in September and were 12.3% higher than a year ago, according to official figures released today.
House prices have fallen again around the country, latest figures have shown.
Asking prices for homes in Dublin have risen for the first time in six years, according to the latest Daft.ie house prices report, while a MyHome.ie report found average Dublin prices fell by 4.8%.
The average second-hand home in Dublin now costs €262,000, up 9.5% from this time last year, according to an estate agent's survey.
Average residential property prices fell by 1.5% last month, the Central Statistics Office revealed today.
Rents have increased for the first time in five years.
Residential property prices fell by 0.5% in the month of December, according to official figures released today.
It has reported that anyone who buys a new home in the coming months will be exempt from paying the property tax for a number of years.
The average price of residential property in Dublin rose by 2.4% in September, according to official figures released today.
The average price of a home in Ireland increased by 0.5% in August, according to official figures released today.
The month of July has seen a slight increase in the average price of residential property in Ireland, official figures have shown today.
Nama should have the responsibility of establishing a base price for property in Ireland, the former CEO of Bank of Ireland said today.
The average prices paid for a residential property in Ireland is now half of what they were at their 2007 peak, official figures have revealed today.
Ratings agency Moody's has said Ireland's rate of mortgage arrears could be as high as 13.99%, and that house prices will fall by a further 20%.
The Construction Industry Federation has predicted a housing shortage in Dublin within a year.
New figures show residential property prices rose 0.5% in Dublin in April, according to official statistics released today.
A new report has stated that Irish house prices have overcorrected by between 12-26%.
House prices remained static last month for the first time in almost two years, official figures have revealed.
Junior Finance Minister Brian Hayes has confirmed the Government is considering exempting homeowners who paid high levels of stamp duty during the boom years, from paying the new property tax.
People who paid large amounts of stamp duty during the boom years may be exempt from paying the new property tax, according to reports.
House prices could fall by as much as 70% from the peak of the boom, according to Davy Stockbrokers.
A new report on residential property prices shows an average drop of 68% since the peak of the boom.
The rate of decline in house prices increased in January of this year, according to official figures released today.
A new survey of more than 2,000 people has found that 11.8% of respondents would like to buy a property as soon as possible.
House prices continued to decline in 2011, but cash sales on houses are increasing, a new report has found.
A study of house prices in 325 English speaking cities throughout the world shows prices in Ireland are now back within reach of workers.
The Government has been called on to force the mortgage lender Permanent TSB to reduce the interest rate it applies to mortgages.
House prices in the in Greater Dublin area have dropped by 64.7% since 2006, according to the latest results from the Douglas Newman Good House Price Gauge.
House prices are continuing to fall according to a new survey by the Sunday Times.
There has been a significant increase in the number of mortgage holders who are more than 90 days behind on repayments.
The Tánaiste has warned banks who are not passing on the interest rate cuts to reconsider their position or face government action.
The EBS is to reduce its standard variable interest rate by 0.25% from 4.93% to 4.68%, the bank announced today.
National Irish Bank is to raise its mortgage interest rate by 1% on Friday.
Residential property prices have fallen by 14.3% in the year to September, according to new data released today by the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
Some groups working to help those in mortgage arrears have criticised the new Keane report which offers solutions as to how the Government can deal with the growing problem of mortgage debt.
A blanket mortgage debt forgiveness scheme to solve the negative equity crisis would cost €14bn, government advisers have warned.
The Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said local councils will enter into leasing arrangements with struggling homeowners on a case-by-case, confidential basis after the publication of the Keane report into mortgage arrears.
There should be no blanket debt forgiveness scheme for those struggling to pay their mortgages, the now-published Keane report confirms.
The expert report to the Government on how to relieve or resolve the mortgage crisis will be published today.
The Cabinet has approved the publication of a report into mortgage arrears.
The Irish Banking Federation has defended itself against accusations that banks are not trying to help those in mortgage arrears.
Property experts say the housing market cannot bottom out until confidence returns to the jobs market.