The Ha'penny Bridge over the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland.
Dublin rental market stabilizing
Rents are stabilizing in Dublin following a long period of inflation. Vacancy rates are still very low, and it can be difficult to find a one- to two-bedroom apartment in the city. There are a number of new developments, but progress is slow. Some companies buy blocks of buildings to renovate for employees, which decreases overall rental stock.
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Expatriate Trends & Survey Data Highlights
- Rents rising in Berlin, Madrid, and Busan
- Rents dropping in Hong Kong and Chennai
- Pork prices in China are making headlines as swine disease sweeps through the country
- An increase in the general consumption tax rate in Japan
- ...and more!