lack of information on property market

The lack of statistical information on movements in the housing market in Ireland is strikingly obvious. It is impossible to get official information on the decline in property prices over the past year as against, say, 2006. The same applies to the number of houses for sale and how long they have been for sale. In a market which is dependent on confidence and therefore information it is essential that people have this information available in order to make decisions as to whether they are going to buy or sell. In the digital age this information should be easily accessible as it is in other countries.

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