Wexford’s housing market has shown resilience, with a year-on-year increase of 3.6 percent, aligning with the national average, as reported in the latest Daft Report.
The average home price in Wexford stands at €288,854, reflecting a 1 percent change in the past quarter. For those interested in one-bedroom apartments, the average asking price in Wexford is €97,000, marking an 11.7 percent annual decline. Two-bedroom terraced houses in Wexford are listed at €139,000, with a modest 0.3 percent annual increase. Meanwhile, three-bedroom semi-detached houses are valued at €200,000, showing a substantial 3.9 percent annual growth. Four-bedroom bungalows command an average price of €382,000, exhibiting a 4 percent annual increase. For those in the market for a five-bedroom detached house, the average cost is €392,000, reflecting a notable 8.8 percent annual rise.
It’s important to note that this year, the number of listings on Daft has dwindled by nearly 30 percent, leaving just 12,200 homes available for purchase in September 2023. There is still a shortage of housing in Ireland and a very high demand for property. If you’re thinking selling your property, don’t hesitate to contact our office to schedule a visit from one of our agents.