|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Source||Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government|
|Release||Real Estate - Housing Statistics (Q)|
|Residential Building Completions||2022 Q4||9,148||7,415||#, NSA||Quarterly|
|House Price Index||Nov 2022||167.78||166.91||Index 2015=100, SA||Monthly|
|Building Permits||2022 Q3||6,743||7,058||#, NSA||Quarterly|
|Residential Building Permits||2022 Q3||1,764||1,964||#, NSA||Quarterly|
|Dwelling Stocks||2021||2,081||2,065||Ths. #||Annual|
|Building Completions||2017 Q1||3,896||4,425||#, NSA||Quarterly|
|House Price Value for Existing Homes||2016 Q4||292,457||284,332||EUR, NSA||Quarterly|
|House Price Value for New Homes||2016 Q4||323,875||305,300||EUR, NSA||Quarterly|
The CSO produces quarterly average housing price statistics for new and second-hand properties, houses and apartments. Geographic level includes the nation, five sub-national regions, including Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, and Waterford, and an 'other areas' geography.
Average house prices are derived from data supplied by the mortgage lending agencies on loans approved by them rather than loans paid. In comparing house prices figures from one period to another, account should be taken of the fact that changes in the mix of houses (including apartments) will affect the average figures.
Average house price is a simple average based on the mortgages approved in that quarter. It excludes cash transactions. Information is gathered from lending institutions on a quarterly basis.
Source will go for months without posting update then post multiple months of data at a time.
Data pre-1991 is not directly comparable to data from 1990 to current period due to definitional issues with the census figures. Housing Stock from 1970 to 1990 does not include vacant habitable residential dwellings.