At least Conerney Estate Agents are “delighted” to present this sad room for €800 per month, because the rest of us certainly aren’t!! For them to use the words ‘fabulous’ and ‘pristine’ to describe this room is nothing short of disgraceful!
Check out this dump. €850 a month for this gateway to hell. Wouldn’t put a dog in there. Nerve of whoever is looking to exploit desperate renters by describing it as a …
‘…Beautiful apartment to let in a clean, quiet, well maintained house on North Circular Road. Studio apartment. Newly painted and decorated. Totally self contained. Fully fitted kitchen with microwave, oven, washer/dryer. En suite attached. Suit single person only.’
Rental prices increased throughout 2016 at their fastest annual pace since the website daft.ie started compiling statistics on the rental market in 2002.
Average rents nationwide rose by 13.5% in the year to December, according to the latest report from the property website.
At €1,111, the average monthly rent nationwide is at a new high, the third successive quarter with a record high according to daft.ie.
The annual rate of rental inflation in Dublin is running ahead of the national figure at 14.5%.
The average monthly rent in the capital, at over €1,650, is now almost €200 higher than the last peak in early 2008, despite the subsequent property crash and a sustained period of low inflation in the interim…