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Rents up but still below peak levels

21st September, 2014
At the launch of Irish Life’s new enhanced annuity product were, from left, Shane O’Farrell, executive manager of risk and longevity at Irish Life Corporate Business; Damian Fadden, director of sales at Irish Life Corporate Business; Calvin Cole of RGA UK; and Mick James of RGA UK. Picture: Robbie Reynolds.

The cost of renting an apartment in Dublin rose by 12.1 per cent in the year to the end of June, according to new figures.

The data, which is compiled by the Economic and Social Research Institute on behalf of the Private Residential Tenancies Board, is based on actual rents being paid, rather than advertised rents.

The cost of renting a house in Dublin rose by 8.5 per cent in the same period, but growth outside...

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