Dublin rents higher than 2007 peak

New figures show a slight slowdown in rental growth in the fourth quarter of last year

15th March, 2016
PTB warns against reading too much into rental growth slowdown. Pic: Pixabay

Rents in Dublin are now marginally higher than they were at their 2007 peak but rents outside the capital remain 14.5 per cent below the highs seen eight years ago, new figures show.

Rents nationally were 9.8 per cent higher in the last three months of 2015 than in the year-earlier period, with Dublin rents up by nine per cent on the year and rents elsewhere rising by 9.9 per cent annually....

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