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Irish House Price Report Q1 2021 | Daft.ie

Supply shortages have led to rising house values

Written by: Ronan Lyons Source: Daft.ie

Lowest rate of rental inflation in nine years as Dublin prices fall in the year - daft.ie

The average rent per month nationally stood at €1,414 in the final quarter of the year, up 0.9% on the same time in 2019

Written by: Brian Finn Source: rte.ie

Irish Rental Report Q4 2020 | Daft.ie

Demand is up - but not as we know it

Written by: Ronan Lyons Source: Daft.ie

Almost €100,000 income needed for cheapest Dublin apartments - study

A couple earning average wages still cannot afford even the cheapest new apartments in Dublin, according to a study.

Written by: John Kilraine Source: RTÉ.ie

Economists predicted a Covid property collapse. It hasn’t happened

Price declines forecast early last year fail to materialise as feverish buying continues

Written by: Eoin Burke-Kennedy Source: The Irish Times

Airbnbs back on long-term rental

The majority of Dublin's Airbnb lettings have returned to the long-term rental market according to Dublin City Council.

Written by: MUIREANN DUFFY Source: https://www.breakingnews.ie/ireland/70-of-airbnbs-back-on-long-term-rental-market-says-dublin-city-council-1044141.html

Supply does its job - in Dublin, at least

For the 2010s, the mantra in the rental market was 'supply, supply, supply'. With growing demand - both in terms of underlying need and in terms of market demand, thanks to a strong economic recovery, Ireland experienced what can only be described a lost decade, in terms of rental supply. This was largely down to very high construction costs compared to household incomes.

Written by: Ronan Lyons Source: https://www.daft.ie/report

Has Covid-19 changed the housing market?

The first three months of this year will go down in history as a time of extraordinary upheaval, with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic across the world. This dislocation affected all of society and, as a consequence and almost by definition, all of the economy - here in Ireland as well as in most other countries around the world.

Written by: Ronan Lyons Source: https://www.daft.ie/report

Should I buy an investment property or save for my dream home?

If I had funds that I want to use to help me buy my forever home in three years, I wouldn’t be putting them into an investment property. The window is to short and the outlook too uncertain – even before you consider the hassle factor.

Written by: Dominic Coyle Source: Irishtimes.com

Why the Covid-19 crisis may push up house prices

Government faces obstacles to boosting housing supply amid pandemic

Written by: John Fitzgerald Source: Irishtimes.com

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