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Unemployment fell rapidly in Dublin in Q2

Residential rents for Dublin houses and apartments increased for a ninth consecutive quarter

23rd October, 2015
Unemployment fell rapidly in Dublin in Q2

Residential rents for Dublin houses and apartments increased for a ninth consecutive quarter as unemployment rates in the capital fell rapidly in Q2 of this year.

According to the third issue of the Dublin Economic Monitor, a joint initiative by the four Dublin local authorities, supply shortages continued to affect the market in the second quarter of 2015, and house completions remained weak with just over 15,000 completions.House and apartment rents stood at respective averages...

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