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Survey suggests price isn’t primary concern for those renting in Dublin

Renters in Dublin are willing to pay a premium to be close to work

27th October, 2019
Why are you moving?

A significant portion of tenants who sought residential rental accommodation in Dublin through Daft’s search website were doing so out of necessity rather than choice, with as many as 30 per cent saying they are being forced to do so.

These are among the findings of a recent survey by estate agent Knight Frank Ireland. It also found that €1,200 is the average pro rata share of rent that each respondent expects to pay...

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