8 January 2024

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10% less properties for sale in Galway at the end of 2023

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10% less properties for sale in Galway at the end of 2023

There were 717 properties for sale in Galway at the end of Q4 2023 – a decrease of 10% over the quarter.

The average time for a property to be sold in the county stands at just over two and a half months, while it’s slightly shorter in the city.

The latest MyHome.ie report shows that houses sold for an average of 4% over their asking price in December.

Chief Economist with Bank of Ireland Conall MacCoille says it’s expected houses will continue to sell for over their asking price:

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