Here's how much you'll need on average for a deposit to buy a house in each county 2 years ago

Here's how much you'll need on average for a deposit to buy a house in each county

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The average deposit needed to buy a house in each county in Ireland has been revealed. The figures are based on the average asking price for houses in each county, with a deposit of 10percent needed to purchase the house.

The findings have come from Daft's House Price Report. The cheapest place to buy a house is Leitrim, while South County Dublin is the most expensive place and therefore has the highest deposit.

The findings were as follows:

Leinster (excluding Dublin)

Longford - €12,881

Laois - €16,430

Offaly - €17,057

Carlow - €17,651

Westmeath - €18,402

Wexford - €19,753

Louth - €21,008

Kilkenny - €21,017

Meath - €24,990

Kildare - €25,368

Wicklow - €31,484

Dublin

North City - €32,355

City Centre - €29,963

South City - €38,727

South County - €56,344

West County - €29,707

Munster

Co. Waterford - €20,473

Waterford City - €15,886

Co. Cork - €20,668

Cork City - €25,620

Kerry - €17,968

Co. Limerick - €17,086

Limerick City - €17,720

Tipperary - €16,295

Clare - €16,549

Connaught

Co. Galway - €18,231

Galway City - €26,854

Mayo - €14,562

Sligo - €13,389

Leitrim - €12,388

Roscommon - €12,967

Ulster

Cavan - €14,913

Donegal - €14,522

Monaghan - €16,056