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Louth house prices could jump by almost €30,000 by the end of 2018 – predict Goodbody

The average price of a property in Co Louth could soar by almost €30,000 by the end of next year. That’s according to a new report from Goodbody Stockbrokers which

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Louth rents rise the largest amount nationally to just shy of €1,000 per month

The average rent in Co Louth is now just shy of €1,000 a month. That’s according to the latest Daft.ie Rental Report for Q1 2017 which was released today. The

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New data claims just 24 houses excluding one-offs were built in Co Louth last year

The number of new houses built in Co Louth last year may be much less than the Government previously estimated, according to new figures from the Building Control Management System.

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Coffey calls for Government response to mortgage arrears in Louth

Local councillor Emma Coffey has said that she was surprised to learn that 11% of mortgages in Co Louth were in arrears. This recently came to light at the launch

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Population of Co Louth surges to highest level in recorded history

The population of Co Louth increased by almost 6,000 between April 2011 and April 2016 to 128,884. That’s according to new Census figures released by the CSO today which show

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O’Dowd provides update on Mount Avenue funding

Local TD Fergus O’Dowd has provided further information on the €3.33 million in funding that was announced for Mount Avenue last week. The allocation was made in the List of

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200 new homes to be built at Mount Avenue with Government funding

460 new homes are set to be delivered in Co Louth on the back of an announcement today that €4.55 million in Government funding was being provided towards the new social

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Dundalk the ninth most popular location nationwide last year for first-time buyers

Dundalk was the ninth most popular location nationwide for first-time buyers to buy a property in last year. New data from Bank of Ireland has revealed that Co Louth was

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Just 10 ghost estates remain in Co Louth

There are just 10 ghost estates left in Co Louth, according to new figures from the Department of Housing. This is a fall from the 104 that were accounted for

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112 acres of land outside Dundalk is sold

One of the largest parcels of farmland to go on sale in Co Louth for many years has sold in recent days. A 112.40 acre site at Killally, just outside

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Land prices in Louth the most expensive in Ireland

Land in Co Louth is the most expensive in the country. That’s according to the Irish Farmers’ Journal’s Land Price Report for 2016 which was released last week. The report

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Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann coming to Co Louth next year

The Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann is set to come to Co Louth next year in what will be a major tourism boost for the county and North East region as

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Dublin City Centre the only place to see rents rise more than Louth in last quarter

Rents in Co Louth rose by a massive 17.3% year-on-year. That’s according to the latest Daft.ie Rental Report for Q4 2016. According to the report, the average rent in the

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Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy withdraws appeal against 18 month prison sentence

Local republican Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy has withdrawn an appeal against his 18 month prison sentence for tax evasion. The 67-year-old from Ballybinaby, Hackballscross, Co Louth, had pleaded not guilty at

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Louth has lowest compliance level for commercial rates for fourth year running with two-fifths unpaid

Two fifths of commercial rates bills in Co Louth went unpaid in 2015. New figures from the National Oversight & Audit Commission have revealed that Louth County Council had the