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#Daft Report

# daft-report - Sunday 1 April, 2018

The average house price in Dublin is €145,000 more than five years ago

House prices continue to rise and the number of properties on the market continues to fall, the latest Daft.ie house price report has found.

# daft-report - Tuesday 13 February, 2018

'Deeply troubling': Dublin rent €380 higher a month than at Celtic Tiger peak

The lowest average rents were in Leitrim, at €542; and Donegal, at €599, a Daft.ie Rent Report found.

# daft-report - Saturday 3 February, 2018

From The42 'Fish in water' Staunton writes history but loses out in battle of the Irish Down Under Flying The Flag This post contains videos

'Fish in water' Staunton writes history but loses out in battle of the Irish Down Under

Laura Corrigan Duryea’s Melbourne FC snatched the win at the death.

# daft-report - Tuesday 2 January, 2018

Almost no change in house prices in second half of 2017 - but it doesn't mean a bubble has burst

The Central Bank’s mortgage rules are pivotal to the story of residential property in 2017, writes economist Ronan Lyons.

House prices are within a year of getting close to Celtic Tiger peaks in some urban areas

The average asking price for a home rose on average by over €20,000 in 2017 as both Daft.ie and MyHome.ie reports voice concern over supply.

# daft-report - Tuesday 14 November, 2017

The average cost of rent in Ireland has never, ever, ever been higher

Overall, rents are now 16% higher than their 2008 peak.

# daft-report - Friday 13 October, 2017

Not superstitious? You're in luck - it's over €4,000 cheaper to live at door number 13

The value of homes at number 13 are typically €4,335 cheaper than the average Irish property.

# daft-report - Tuesday 18 July, 2017

There are almost 4,000 'property millionaires' in Ireland

South County Dublin is the most expensive property market in the country, with an average property value of almost €550,000.

# daft-report - Tuesday 9 May, 2017

Ireland's largest private landlord gets ahead of rent caps with its €2,750-per-month units

But the company is apparently having no trouble finding tenants for its Dublin properties.

# daft-report - Tuesday 8 November, 2016

'Disastrous effects' as average rents across Ireland have soared to an all-time high

The annual rate of rental inflation is almost 12%, the highest level ever recorded by Daft.ie.

# daft-report - Monday 3 October, 2016

The Central Bank's mortgage rules were keeping a lid on Dublin's house prices....not any more

The latest Daft.ie house price report shows prices are rising everywhere.

# daft-report - Tuesday 23 August, 2016

From The Daily Edge You and 19 mates could live in this old convent for sale in Leitrim Daft

# daft-report - Monday 4 July, 2016

The average asking price for a house in Dublin city is now €314,311

And prices are rising across the country.

# daft-report - Tuesday 10 May, 2016

Rents across the country at 2008 levels as housing supply hits an all-time low

Rents rose by 16% in Cork since last year.

# daft-report - Monday 11 April, 2016

The number of properties for sale in Ireland has hit a nine-year low

Meanwhile, there’s been an almost 6% year-on-year increase in house prices.

# daft-report - Tuesday 9 February, 2016

The number of properties to rent in Ireland has hit rock bottom

Report shows tenants outside Dublin suffer biggest rent hikes.

# daft-report - Tuesday 8 December, 2015

Here's what only a few stops on Dublin's rail lines can do to your rent

Tenants are paying a premium of up to 30% to move one stop.

# daft-report - Tuesday 17 November, 2015

There was an almighty jump in rents while everyone waited for price controls

Cork and Galway have had their biggest increases in at least 10 years.

# daft-report - Tuesday 6 October, 2015

People are suddenly being asked to pay a lot more for houses outside Dublin

But in the capital there has been a drop in advertised prices.

# daft-report - Tuesday 7 July, 2015

House prices are starting to take off outside Dublin

Other major cities have been leading the rises in the property market.

# daft-report - Thursday 14 May, 2015

This week’s vital property news: Tough times for tenants but a construction on the up Shovel Ready This post contains images

This week’s vital property news: Tough times for tenants but a construction on the up

Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.

# daft-report - Tuesday 7 April, 2015

We asked this expert if people were paying over the odds for property again

The demand for houses is there – but are people spending more than they should?

These are the cheapest places in Ireland to buy a family home

Asking prices are going up again – but there are some bargains around if you look outside the big cities.

# daft-report - Thursday 19 February, 2015

This week's vital property news: Big-ticket bidders and disaster for renters Shovel Ready This post contains images

This week's vital property news: Big-ticket bidders and disaster for renters

Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.

# daft-report - Thursday 13 November, 2014

People will pay more to live near a school (regardless of how good it is)

As a national average, people pay 2.6% more to live within 200 metres of a primary school.

# daft-report - Tuesday 19 August, 2014

Bad news for students: rents are up across the country

And there aren’t many properties to rent.

# daft-report - Monday 10 February, 2014

The average rent in Dublin is now €1,210... Nationwide? €865

A restricted supply is being blamed for a steep rise in rents in the capital. There were less than 1,500 advertised properties to rent on 1 February.

# daft-report - Monday 11 February, 2013

Average national rent rose 2.2 per cent during 2012 – Daft.ie report

Rental rates in Dublin, Cork and Galway saw a second consecutive year of growth as a result of a shortage of accommodation in Ireland’s largest cities, the report reveals.

# daft-report - Friday 18 May, 2012

Number of properties available to rent hits three and a half year low – Daft report

The gap between urban and rural rental prices has widened, with prices in Cork and Dublin rising, according to the latest Daft Rental Report.

# daft-report - Tuesday 15 November, 2011

Rents rise across Ireland for first time since 2008

The latest Daft.ie quarterly report on rent prices shows continuing divergence between the demand for accommodation in rural and urban areas.

# daft-report - Monday 4 July, 2011

Average house price now under €200k - and there's still room to fall

Daft.ie report shows property price fall accelerated in second quarter of 2011. Asking prices nationally fell 5 per cent in three months.

# daft-report - Tuesday 5 April, 2011

Poll: Would you buy a house in the current climate? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you buy a house in the current climate?

What’s putting buyers off – are they worried about the economy; unable to get a mortgage, or simply holding out for a better bargain? Or have the experiences of the last few years put first-time buyers off for good?

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Nine things you need to know by 9am: Investigation underway after some gardaí allegedly joked about ‘raping’ and ‘deporting’ Corrib protesters; fears of a serial killer on the loose in New York and why Ireland’s not the only country worried about banking stress tests.

# daft-report - Wednesday 5 January, 2011

Daft report 2010: Asking prices fall 14%

Daft.ie reports that asking prices fell by an average of 14% last year – but not uniformly, marking the end of a single national property market.

# daft-report - Monday 22 November, 2010

Rent rose slightly in third quarter

The latest report by property website Daft.ie indicates that some stability is returning to the market.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Nine things you really need to know about the bailout, the banking sector, the future of the Croke Park deal – and what happens when an alligator takes on a kitty.

# daft-report - Tuesday 5 October, 2010

Property prices drop 3.7% in third quarter as buyers remain jittery

As the latest Daft report is released, economist Ronan Lyons explains why house-hunters are afraid to take the plunge.

# daft-report - Thursday 19 August, 2010

RENTS HAVE REMAINED largely unchanged for the second half of this year, according to the latest property report from Daft.ie.

Prices remain considerably lower for the same period of last year, despite falling by less than 1% between April and June this year.

The average asking rent for a property stands at €835, 5% lower than last year.

Rent for students still varies across Ireland. Letterkenny was on average the cheapest place for a student to rent, at €219 per month, but living in Dublin city centre costs more than twice that, with students paying an average €501 each month.

Commenting on the report, the president of the Union of Students in Ireland, Gary Redmond, said students will be pleased with current prices:

A year ago, students could expect to pay rent in the range of €370-400 per month, while students in Dublin faced considerably higher rents. But recent figures from Daft now show that in the last year the biggest falls in rents have been in Dublin. Generally, around the country, rents are between 20% and 30% below what they were two years ago.

# daft-report - Tuesday 13 July, 2010

A REPORT from the Department of the Environment says that almost 200,000 homeworkers are facing negative equity by the end of the year. The Housing Market Overview 2009 says price recovery will take longer outside urban areas, and that the downturn may be longer and more severe than expected.

Demolition may be the most likely option for these houses, that may never sell.

Figures from Daft.ie say the average price paid for a home is €224,000, a drop of 36% from €352,500 in 2007, when the Celtic Tiger was in its prime. House prices in Dublin have dropped 40% to an average of €272,500, down from €457,000. The Daft report tracks the asking price for houses between March and June this year. The report says that prices fell a further 4% during the period, a smaller drop than in previous period.

Myhome.ie, and Permanent TSB have previously reported drops of 27% and 34% between January and March this year.

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