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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

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

The latest figures from the housing market shows clear differences in how sale and rental markets are responding

The latest figures from the housing market shows clear differences in how sale and rental markets are responding

Written by: William Goodbody Source: RTE.ie

Coronavirus applies ‘hand brake’ to Irish property market

Coronavirus applies ‘hand brake’ to Irish property market DNG says market has effectively stalled as a result of restrictions

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

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