1. Property price growth reached six year low in June  RTE.ie
  2. Iconic Dublin fruit and vegetable market to close down for redevelopment from next week  Dublin Live
  3. Property prices in Ireland rise by 2% in June: CSO  BreakingNews.ie
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The pace of property price growth continued to slow in June, according to new data from the Central Statistics Office, reaching a six year low during June.The pace of property price growth continued to slow in June, according to new data from the Central Statistics Office, reaching a six year low during June.

Property price growth reached six year low in June

Residential property prices rose by 2% in the year to June compared to 2.6% in May, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).Residential property prices rose by 2% in the year to June compared to 2.6% in May, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).

Property prices in Ireland rise by 2% in June: CSO

The redbrick Dublin building will be transformed into a new commercial space following the renovationThe redbrick Dublin building will be transformed into a new commercial space following the renovation

Iconic Dublin fruit and vegetable market to close down for redevelopment from next week - Dublin Live