Hi, I was hoping you may be able to help with a college project I’m working on with a friend of mine. We’re trying to create an app to improve the buying/renting experience of people in Ireland (it’s horrific). If you could share this survey it would be really appreciated.
You can do the survey here
Dublin Rental Investigator tweetz:
Ireland 2019 land of bunkbeds, sheds and sofas. €420pm to live in a sitting room. A curtain as privacy from the 5 tenants using the kitchen in your bedroom. You get a shelf in a fridge, a cupboard & 3 drawers….
22 MARKET SQUARE GREEN STREET, Dublin 7 (Daft.ie)
Mark Hennessy writes:
I know everyone is fully aware (and over) the rent situation but I thought that this was just taking the piss. €1,500 for a ONE bed apartment, UNFURNISHED!
There is also someone in the same area renting a 2 bed apartment on a short term basis accommodating for 10 people. 10 people in a 2 bed apartment? Ah here!
Castle Gate, Lord Edward Street, Dublin 2 0 €1,500 (Daft)
Castle Street, Dublin 2 (Daft)
“This is the third summer in a row where there were fewer properties available to rent nationwide at any one time,” said economist and author of the report [by Daft.ie], Ronan Lyons.”This is particularly the case in Dublin, which means that some prospective tenants may find that they have to live further out than expected.” However, there is good news for students in some parts of the country.The average rent is 0.5pc lower than it was a year ago. The latest figures show the average advertised rent stood at €809 a month in June compared to €814 at the same time last year.
Students Go Flat Out In Rent Race (Ann-Marie Walsh, Irish Independent)
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)