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Is rental inflation drawing to an end in Dublin?

Jan 13, 2020 @ 06:27 AM / by Lakeisha St. Joy

The Hapenny Bridge over the  River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland.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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Lakeisha St. Joy

Written by Lakeisha St. Joy