The Central Statistics Office has published details of residential property market transactions conducted in 2019 and broken down by Local Electoral District.
They show that 45,280 properties, in total, were purchased in 2019.
The highest number of transactions were in Howth-Fingal at 770, followed by Naas in Co Kildare at 740.
The lowest number of transactions were in Muinebeg in Co Carlow, Belmullet in Co Mayo and Ballybay-Clones in Co Monaghan, all at 70.
The highest median, or mid-point, prices were in Stillorgan, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown at €665,000, followed by Pembroke in Dublin City, at €637,000.
The lowest median prices were in Boyle in Co Roscommon, at €96,000 followed by Carrick-on-Shannon in Co Leitrim, at €100,000.
In Manorhamilton in Co Leitrim, the median sole purchaser price was €95,000 compared to a joint purchase price of €104,000.
By contrast, in Pembroke, Dublin City, the median sole purchaser price was €516,000 compared to the median joint purchase price of €750,000.
Ongar in Fingal, had the lowest median age for sole purchasers at 35 while the lowest median age for joint purchasers was 33 in Tallaght in South County Dublin.
The highest median age for joint purchasers was 53 in Bantry in Co Cork. The highest median age for sole purchasers was in Kenmare in Co Kerry, at 54.
The national median age of those who purchased in 2019 was 38. The median age of sole purchasers was 42.
The median joint income of purchasers was €81,500 nationally.
The lowest median joint income was €48,800 in Buncrana in Co Donegal and the highest was in Pembroke in Dublin City, at €162,600.