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8 things we learned from latest rent figures

Slight slowdown in national growth, but rents outside Dublin pick up pace

1st December, 2016
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PTB warns against reading too much into rental growth slowdown. Pic: Pixabay

Figures from the body which runs the national tenancy registration system show that while private rents continued to rise in the third quarter of this year, the rate of growth slowed.

The quarterly rent index from the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) showed that rents across the country rose by 2.3 per cent during the three-month period, a slightly slower rate than the 3.5 per cent recorded in Q2.

On an annual basis, national rents were up 8.6...

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