Rents hit record levels

Rents in Ireland rose by 13.5% last year, the largest increase ever recorded by

14th February, 2017
Rents rose by 13.5% last year

Rental costs in Dublin rose even more strongly than elsewhere, increasing by 14.5 per cent in the final quarter of last year, the second highest rate on record, to €1,643 a month.

In Cork, rents were up by 12 per cent to €1,096 while they rose by 10 per cent in Galway to €975. Limerick rents increased by 12.5 per cent to €875, they were up by 10.7 per cent in Waterford to €745 while rental...

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