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CSO figures show that the biggest house price rises are outside Dublin

The cost of buying a home has increased by almost 13% nationally in the year to September, according to the latest data from the Central Statistics Office.

The CSO figures show the West saw the greatest price growth, with houses going up by 16.5%.

In Dublin, residential property prices were up by 12.2%, with house prices rising 12.4% and apartments increasing by 11.4% in the same period.

The rest of Ireland outside Dublin saw residential property prices go up by 13.2%, with house prices specifically climbing by 12.8%.

The cost of apartments outside of Dublin increased by an average of 15.5%.