Thursday October 29, 2020

Six key takeaways from the Rental Tenancies Board report

Rents are down in Dublin but up in the cities of Cork and Galway, according to the latest quarterly overview

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
29th September, 2020
Rents are growing most rapidly in Cork city, increasing by 3.3 per cent since 2019. Picture: Getty

The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) has just published its quarterly rent report that covers the period between April and June 2020.

The report is based on assessment of actual rents paid on more than 16,000 tenancies that are registered with the RTB. These tenancies are made up of homes that are new to the rental sector, new tenancies in existing housing stock and renewals of existing tenancies.

Here are the key takeaways:

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