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Um.

Rob Gale writes:

found this ad (above) for an apartment in Holystown [Dublin 15]

I did a reverse image search on one of the clearly-not-Holystown photos and it’s of Mrytle Beach Hotels in the US [South Carolina, on the Atlantic coast of America]. What the Hell’s going on?

Anyone?

Chapelwood Green, Hollystown, Dublin 15, North Dublin (Daft)

Good times.

Twenty four big ones.

Yesterday: I Fought The Law Of Supply And Demand

This morning

The latest quarterly Rental Report by Daft.ie is out.

In Dublin, rent growth in the last quarter was 4.5% compared to a year earlier, bringing average rents to €2,023 a month – with available rentals continuing to slow.

Daft economist Ronan Lyons says:

“Availability on the rental market remains at levels that were unprecedented prior to 2015…For example, in the Dublin market, there were just 1,541 properties available to rent on August 1st. While that’s up from 1,121 two years ago, it’s well below the average of 4,700 for the preceding decade….”

Average monthly rents hit record level for 13th quarter in a row – report (RTÉ)

Meanwhile…

Oh.

163A Alphine Heights, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 (Daft)

Thud.