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# Rental Report

Last year
Rent increases hit new high due to 'unprecedented' scarcity of properties
The average rent in Ireland is over 12% more expensive than the same time last year.
Rents up 10% and 'out of control' as properties available hits all-time low
There were just 1,397 homes available to rent nationwide on 1 February, according to Daft.
All time
Rents continue to rise across Ireland as number of rental homes available hits 'all-time low'
“Unprecedented scarcity” in rental properties is driving prices higher across Ireland, the latest Daft report has found.
Latest quarterly rental report from found just 1,460 homes available to rent on 1 November.
Amount of properties available now is almost half the previous lowest amount.
Average rent nationally now stands at €1,516 per month.
National rent prices jumped 1.2% in the last year despite impact of Covid-19
The latest report shows that the industry has ‘bounced back’ from Covid-19.
Dublin rent prices jumped by 3.5% in the last quarter, new Daft report shows
The national average price has dropped by 0.1%.
A new record high: The average monthly rent in Ireland is now over €1,400
Areas like Munster have seen large increases in rent prices this year compared to 2018.
The average monthly rent in Ireland is over €1,300 - €300 higher than the 2008 peak
Rents rose nationwide by an average of 9.8% in the 12 months to December 2018.
'Rent Pressure Zones are not working': What can be done to stop rising rents?
In Dublin, average rent rose by 12.4% year-on-year, and now sits at €1,875.
Average rents in Dublin have hit a new record high of €1,875 a month
According to Daft, average rents for properties listed on its website rose nationwide by an average of 11.5% in the year to the end of March.
'Time for Dublin to grow up' - Irish rents are now rising at their fastest rate EVER’s Ronan Lyons says height limits on Dublin buildings need to be loosened to prevent higher rents.
What on earth is the solution to the rental crisis?
Irish rents have broken the €1,000 monthly average for the first time since pre-crash 2008. Where will it all end?
Rent in Dublin is up by 16.6%, but what about other areas?
In the capital, rents are now almost 30% above their lowest point in 2012 and less than 10% below their 2007 peaks.
This map shows you why rent is rising in Dublin more than anywhere else
The latest rental report from the property website shows that while rents are increasing significantly in the capital they are rising much slower elsewhere, indicating a lack of supply according to economist Ronan Lyons.
Rents rise across Ireland for first time since 2008
The latest quarterly report on rent prices shows continuing divergence between the demand for accommodation in rural and urban areas.