Houses for sale in Roscommon remain among the least expensive in the country, according to a report released yesterday by Myhome.ie and Davy Stockbrokers
Using a Three Bed Semi-Detached house as an example it showed that the average price for same in County Roscommon was €70,000 – a figure which was increased by 4.48% over the past three months. The price remains almost 60% below “the peak”.
The median asking price for a newly listed property in Roscommon rose by 9% to €120,000, since the end of 2015.
The average price for a Two Bed Apartment stands at €37,500 – the lowest in the country. The price is up 7.14% since the end of 2015, however compared to this time last year the price has dropped 25%.
€90,000 will get you a Four Bed Semi-Detached House, which is the second least expensive in the country; just above Longford. This price has dropped 28% since the end of 2015 almost 38% when compared to this time last year.
Overall the report found that the main reason for the rise across the country, as a whole, is the lack of housing stock.