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    Checked Dublin 14 also

    Post 2000 €50,000 - €100,000 less of a range.
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    Houses built more recently tend to be smaller on smaller plots, hence the valuation difference.
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    Would they not have better quality materials and insulation if post 2000 ?

    It could be to look after those post 2000 as they would more likely have negative equity, bigger mortgages !!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by captainwillard View Post
    Houses built more recently tend to be smaller on smaller plots, hence the valuation difference.
    Randomly pick areas on that revenue LPT map PARTICULARLY Cities / big towns. Try detached:

    https://lpt.revenue.ie/lpt-web/valua...uide/index.htm

    Any ones i have looked at get a higher valuation if you set the "Property Built Before 2000: " question to NO
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer View Post
    Would they not have better quality materials and insulation if post 2000 ?

    It could be to look after those post 2000 as they would more likely have negative equity, bigger mortgages !!!!
    Negative Equity should not come into anything. If you are not selling your house it doesnt matter. This negative equity argument has been brought to forefront as if it were like not being able to pay your mortgage. In my opinion it should never be factored in as if it were the same as higher mortgages, not being able to pay etc. You can be happily be living in your house paying its mortgage with no difficulty and be in negative equity which doesnt affect anything if you are not selling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robut View Post
    Negative Equity should not come into anything. If you are not selling your house it doesnt matter. This negative equity argument has been brought to forefront as if it were like not being able to pay your mortgage. In my opinion it should never be factored in as if it were the same as higher mortgages, not being able to pay etc. You can be happily be living in your house paying its mortgage with no difficulty and be in negative equity which doesnt affect anything if you are not selling.

    That is not true. Being in negative equity does change behaviour. For example owners are less likely to invest in the upkeep of their properties if they are in ne.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer View Post
    Castleknock

    Pre 2000 - value 500,000 to 550,000
    Post 2000 - value 450,000 to 500,000
    Interesting, maybe they have more data for Castleknock, in Dun Laoghaire, older houses are cheaper, mind you, older houses in DL are mainly pre 1900 and terraced
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    Well explain post 2000 being €50,000 extra in Castleknock ?

    Looked over all Castleknock.

    Castleknock Road where houses are €1m + are in the same bracket as the estates, ie €450,000 - €500,000 post 2000 and €500,000 - €550,000 pre 2000
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    Quote Originally Posted by captainwillard View Post
    That is not true. Being in negative equity does change behaviour. For example owners are less likely to invest in the upkeep of their properties if they are in ne.
    Agreed but the point was those in negative equity are under more pressure and the pre / post 2000 valuation might save them a few euro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer View Post
    Well explain post 2000 being €50,000 extra in Castleknock ?

    Looked over all Castleknock.

    Castleknock Road where houses are €1m + are in the same bracket as the estates, ie €450,000 - €500,000 post 2000 and €500,000 - €550,000 pre 2000
    If houses are still > 1 mil, valuation map is not applicable.
    Were houses built before 2000 in the area bigger?
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