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Here is what it costs to rent a property in Ireland

Here we show you what you can expect to shell out each month around the country.

AROUND IRELAND THE popularity of renting continues to grow.

With new mortgage rules making things more difficult for those looking to break into the property market – many people find themselves continuing to rent.

Using information from Daft.ie‘s most recent rent report, we have compiled these infographics which show how much it costs to rent in each part of Ireland.

Around the country

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Across Ireland the cheapest place to rent was found to be Leitrim – where the average price of a rental property is just €422.

There is a significant trend for things to be more expensive in built-up, urban areas. In Cork, Galway and Limerick – the cities attracted significantly higher rent than their surrounding county areas.

The county with the highest rents outside of Dublin was found to be Wicklow – where residents could expect to pay an average of €998.

irish rents Source: TheJournal.ie

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Two-bedroom property in Dublin

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Around the capital two-bedroom properties showed a lot of variance in price. The only areas with an average rent of less than €1,100 were D22 and D10.

The south side of the city has a concentration of higher rents closer to the banks of the Liffey river. In both D4 and D2 residents could expect to pay over €1,600.

two bedroom rent Source: TheJournal.ie

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Three-bedroom property in Dublin

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This map of Dublin’s three-bedroom properties echos a lot of the characteristics of the two-bedroom map but with some notable exceptions.

It is actually cheaper to rent a three-bedroom home in Dublin 15 that a two-bedroom. Where a two-bed will set you back an average of €1,212 – a three-bed comes in at only €1,209.

The most expensive area for this type of property was D4, where renters paid out an average €2,434. The cheapest was D22 – where residents pay out just €1,048.

three bedroom rent Source: TheJournal.ie

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Journal Media Ltd  has shareholders in common with Distilled Media Group.

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