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Old 20-05-2019, 04:50 PM
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do the young couples only want to buy new houses these days
A spot of nail hitting on the head going on there.
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Old 20-05-2019, 04:57 PM
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A spot of nail hitting on the head going on there.

I'll refer you to my post on the last page which explains why young people are incentivised to but new houses with the Help to Buy scheme
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Old 20-05-2019, 05:05 PM
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People buy the houses they can afford.



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Old 20-05-2019, 06:03 PM
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gig economy no prospect of owning home or starting family no security in old age
young people need to wise up and start to vote on economic issues not be blinded by leo and his liberal agenda
they are being set up for a lifetime of paying to the rentier class
my generation will the wealthiest ever if things don't change
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Old 20-05-2019, 06:25 PM
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Over 800 houses for sale between 175k and 275k in cork according to Daft.
thats peanuts...its the houses over the 450-500k mark are unattainable for the average person
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Old 20-05-2019, 06:28 PM
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gig economy no prospect of owning home or starting family no security in old age
young people need to wise up and start to vote on economic issues not be blinded by leo and his liberal agenda
they are being set up for a lifetime of paying to the rentier class
my generation will the wealthiest ever if things don't change
Why?


Hysterical guff.

What's the alternative. Lax mortgage controls which see us back in the same mess as ten years ago? People seem to think that they have a right to own a home in the middle of D4.

You save if you want to buy a home. Or you rent. It's that simple.
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Old 20-05-2019, 06:45 PM
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Steeple woods ballincollig 450k for 4 bed semi, 600-750k for detached
Heathfield ballincollig, 325-375K 3/4 bed semi, 480+ 4 bed detached
Old quarter, 350/400 K 3/4 semi, 500 + 4/5 bed detached.
How can a young couple starting off afford these prices😳


325k-400k is pretty affordable tbh.

Take a couple earning the median salary for full time employees at around 50k x 2 = 100k per year gross or 73k a year net.

You'd pay E1,200 a month on mortgage repayments over 35 years. That is 600 euro a month. That is cheaper than renting and you get to own your own gaff.

Rent is dead money remember.

It's not Blackrock but not bad either
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Old 20-05-2019, 06:49 PM
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325k-400k is pretty affordable tbh.

Take a couple earning the median salary for full time employees at around 50k x 2 = 100k per year gross or 73k a year net.

You'd pay E1,200 a month on mortgage repayments over 35 years. That is 600 euro a month. That is cheaper than renting and you get to own your own gaff.

Rent is dead money remember.

It's not Blackrock but not bad either
A quiet residential area close to UCC?

Are they having a laugh?
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Old 20-05-2019, 08:26 PM
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€385000? A steal. 5 bedrooms @€160 per week = €3200 a month in rent. Horse a load of students in there. It’ll pay for itself in 10 years.
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Old 20-05-2019, 08:47 PM
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That seems off the charts. Can't see many people being in the market at that level. Be handy for hospital consultant working in Bons or CUH/CUMH I guess!!
Afaik I know there is only 4 left out of 19, well 17 as 2 were for the doleys

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