The cost of buying a house or apartment in Dublin is continuing to rocket.
The latest Daft.ie report shows average asking prices in the city have passed €350,000.
Although it's tempting more owners to sell their homes, the rise in available properties still isn't anywhere near the demand for housing.
The author of the report, Ronan Lyons, is warning that prices will continue to rise for up to ten years unless the government takes urgent action.
Central Bank mortgage lending rules mean a person can only borrow three-and-a-half times their annual salary to buy a home.
That means someone earning €30,000 euro a year would have no hope of securing a mortgage for a home costing €350k.