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7th October, 2018
Joe O’Regan, director, Blackthorn Capital

In its latest analysis, Daft.ie, the online property portal, showed a continued growth in rental yields across Ireland’s property market. Gross annual yields and year-on-year percentage points increased on previous years, showing a strong performance between the ratio of annual rents to the price of property.

For example, in Dublin 4, a one-bedroom apartment saw rental prices increase by 7.5 per cent in the second quarter of 2018, a percentage point change of 0.9 per cent.


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