Naas, where house prices are 10% from last year
A typical house in Naas is currently selling for about €270,000, according to independent statistics.
A total of 115 residential properties were sold in the Naas area between January and June — excluding outlying areas such as Sallins, Kilteel and Eadestown.
These sales generated a cumulative €30.51m.
During the same period in 2015 there were 102 sales and the total value of property sold amounted to €26.4M.
Although the average cost of a house in Naas is currently €282,680, the median figure — which represents a more accurate estimate of a middle of the range house — is €270,000. The average figure a year ago was €258,000 while the median figure at that time was €244,800.
It means that house/apartment prices have increased by about 10% in a year.
Among the cheaper properties sold during that period was an apartment at Church Court, Craddockstown Road for €123,000 less than four months ago.
A house at Esmondale went for €170,000 while one in St Corban's Place was sold for €171,000.
Elsewhere the Property Price Register shows that a house at New Caragh Court fetched €260,000 as did one in Aylmer Park. A house at Sundays Well reached €276,500 while one in Lakelands went under the hammer for €1,000 more.
At the upper end of the market a house in Johnstown at St John's Park reached €650,000 and another at Leinster Mills went for €525,000 and another at Killashee View sold for €482,000. Two houses at Landen Park in Oldtown Demesne went for €324,300.
An apartment at Devoy Quarter sold for €222,000.