Asking house prices in Tipperary continued to show signs of stabilisation in the fourth quarter of the year, with the latest survey from property website MyHome.ie showing that the median price for a four-bedroom semi-detached home in the county remained unchanged at €149K.
There was a 1.2% decline in the asking price of a 3-bed semi-detached home in Tipperary during the last quarter, with prices now standing at €123K.
The decline means prices are at the same level as they were at at the start of the year in Q1 2013.
Nationally the mix adjusted asking price continued to show moderation in the rate of decline, down 0.9% in Q4. This is the lowest rate of decline in the past six years.
The mix adjusted asking price nationally now stands at €189K, down 5.6% on a year ago.
The annual mix adjusted asking price in Dublin rose by 2.4% last year, the largest annual increase in seven years.
The average asking price in Q4 rose by 0.6% to €241K.