Tuesday July 7, 2020

Letting Special: Are boomtime rents returning?

Rents in some areas have climbed to levels that haven't been seen since before the crash, writes Tina-Marie O'Neill.

30th March, 2014
13 Lower Churchtown Road, Churchtown, Dublin 14.

The rental market in most urban hubs resembles that of the residential market, and this is no more evident than in Dublin where demand continues to outstrip supply at an increasingly frustrating level. The result for tenants, just like buyers, is rising rents and in some areas, prices are spiralling to levels reached shortly before the market crashed in 2007/2008.

''Some 32 per cent of the Dublin population is now in rented accommodation, said Renagh MacDonald,...

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