Tag Archives: Rentals

This morning.






…Social Democrats Housing Spokesperson Cian O’Callaghan said

“The government’s response to this crisis has been to fiddle with rent caps, which are now set at 2pc. Given the double-digit rent increases replete across the country last year, it is clear rent caps are nothing more than window dressing. They are doing nothing to stop sky-high rent increases.

“The answer to these outrageous and unaffordable rent increases has been obvious for years now – ban rent increases and dramatically increase the supply of public, affordable and cost rental homes. Regrettably, the government is refusing to act – and ordinary people are suffering as a consequence.”

Daft Report here

This morning.

Yes, but you’re paying for the magic and the craic.



Cost of living in Europe: Are we paying over the odds to live in Ireland? (Irish Times)



Listed for the fourth time this year.

A prime half-bunk bed with ensuite everything else.

Yours for €700 a month.

Says the entry on Daft:

Trading Places are delighted to bring this one bedroom studio apartment to the lettings market. Located walking distance of all amenities. Facilities: washing machine.

We definitely don’t need rent controls.



Fupping better be, in fairness.

A dispatch from the rental front.

Aisling writes:

“Roommate and I are house hunting and saw a particular ad on Daft we liked that was in our price range so we arranged a viewing for today. Went to check its location on a map this morning and saw that the price had gone up by over €300 per month. I called to ask about the larger price and the person told me that it had always been that price and that “Daft had made an error” and that the person who made the appointment with me should have told me. He didn’t, though he somehow remembered to ask me to bring photo ID and my PPS number. Nobody will know because they took the ad down and renewed it completely, so Daft don’t have the price tracked like they usually do….”