Dublin Down


This morning.

Monthly asking prices for rents in Dublin dropped in the first three months of this year, but increased elsewhere – according to the latest rental report from property website daft.ie.


The average monthly asking price nationally stood at €1,443 in the first quarter, up 1.7% on the same period last year.

With many people working from home during the pandemic, there has been an increased desire to live outside of the capital – and this is reflected in the report.

In Dublin, asking prices for rents were down 3.2% year-on-year, while prices in the rest of the country were 7.1% higher.


In Cork, Galway and Limerick cities, they are 6% higher than a year previously, while in Waterford they are 8.3% higher.

Outside the five main cities, asking rental prices are up 7.3% year-on-year.

Rents fall in Dublin, rise elsewhere – Daft report (RTÉ)

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One thought on “Dublin Down

  1. Qwerty123

    Drop in Dublin down to all these tech types being allowed to WFH from their home countries, if this reverses in the coming months, god help the rental market.

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