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This Is The Average Deposit Needed To Buy A House In Every County

By katedemolder

July 3, 2017 at 6:35am

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The following report will be great news for those looking to buy in Leitrim - not so much for Dubliners. 

The average deposit needed to buy a house in each county of the Republic of Ireland has been revealed. And they ain't easy to look at. 

The below figures are based on the average asking price for houses in each county, and then allocating a 10% deposit which is then needed to purchase the house.

According to Daft's House Price Report, the cheapest place to buy a house is Leitrim at €12,388, with South County Dublin soaring to the top spot at €56,344. 

Leinster (excluding Dublin)

Longford - €12,881

Laois - €16,430

Offaly - €17,057

Carlow - €17,651

Westmeath - €18,402

Wexford - €19,753

Louth - €21,008

Kilkenny - €21,017

Meath - €24,990

Kildare - €25,368

Wicklow - €31,484

Dublin

North City - €32,355

City Centre - €29,963

South City - €38,727

South County - €56,344

West County - €29,707

Munster

Co. Waterford - €20,473

Waterford City - €15,886

Co. Cork - €20,668

Cork City - €25,620

Kerry - €17,968

Co. Limerick - €17,086

Limerick City - €17,720

Tipperary - €16,295

Clare - €16,549

Connaught

Co. Galway - €18,231

Galway City - €26,854

Mayo - €14,562

Sligo - €13,389

Leitrim - €12,388

Roscommon - €12,967

Ulster

Cavan - €14,913

Donegal - €14,522

Monaghan - €16,056

Yikes. 

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