40% fewer properties for students to rent this year

There are 40 per cent fewer properties available for students to rent this year compared to the same time last year, a new report from property website Daft.ie has found.

19th August, 2014
Rent rates rose 17% in Dublin over the past year

There are 40 per cent fewer properties available for students to rent this year compared to the same time last year, a new report from property website Daft.ie has found.

The report also found that the national average rent has risen 10 per cent over the same period, from €825 to €915.

Rents rose in every county except Donegal and all city centres experienced a rise of between 3 per cent (Waterford) and 17 per cent (Dublin).

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