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# Daft Report

Last year
2022
# daft rent report
Record high rent increases amid ongoing 'extreme' supply shortage
The latest Daft.ie report found that market rents have risen by 14.1% in the last 12 months.
# daft rent report
Rent increases hit new high due to 'unprecedented' scarcity of properties
The average rent in Ireland is over 12% more expensive than the same time last year.
# rising rents
Average cost of rent across the country up by over 11% on early 2021
There were just 851 properties listed nationwide on Daft.ie on 1 May.
There were only 851 properties available to rent nationwide on 1 May.
The average rent is now €1,567 a month, rising by 11.7% compared to the same period last year.
The cheapest rents are in Donegal, while the most expensive rents are in South County Dublin.
Tax measures may need review to keep landlords from exiting the rental market, says minister
All time
# House Prices
House prices across Ireland up almost 8% on 2020
The highest increases were seen in rural areas, where homes were traditionally cheaper.
# Daft Report
Rents continue to rise across Ireland as number of rental homes available hits 'all-time low'
“Unprecedented scarcity” in rental properties is driving prices higher across Ireland, the latest Daft report has found.
Latest quarterly rental report from Daft.ie found just 1,460 homes available to rent on 1 November.
Amount of properties available now is almost half the previous lowest amount.
Average rent nationally now stands at €1,516 per month.
# quarterly reports
House prices across Ireland are 9% higher than one year ago
Inflation is highest outisde of cities, with prices rising by 13%.
# Daft Report
'Chronic and worsening' supply crisis heaps pressure on renters as prices climb sharply
Just 789 homes were available to rent outside of Dublin on 1 August.
Average rental prices increased by 5.6% in the year to the end of June.
The average national monthly rent was up 2.4% from the first quarter, the largest quarterly gain since mid-2018.
The situation is more acute outside of Dublin with rents increasing typically at double-digit rates.
# Research
House prices spike 13% across Ireland as supply dips further
Prices are rising at a much faster rate outside Dublin.
# Daft Report
Properties by the coast in Ireland now cost 23% more than before Covid-19 pandemic
This compares to a national average increase of just 8.7% in the same period.
# Daft Report
Renters facing 'impossible situation' as new report shows drop in number of homes available
Rents across the country were 2.1% higher than at the end of 2020.
# Housing Crisis
House prices jumped by an average of €20,000 in the last 12 months as supply fell significantly
In Dublin, prices rose by 6.9% in the year to March 2021, but the largest increases were seen in the counties surrounding Dublin and in the other cities.
# Property
Rents in Dublin are falling - but rising everywhere else
The supply of rental properties in Dublin is far higher this February than in February 2020.
# Daft Report
Dublin remains the most expensive housing market, as total value of Irish houses reaches €536 billion
The national average asking price for a house is €264k.
# student housing
No fall in student rent prices over the past year, report says
The latest Daft.ie report shows rents have remained largely unchanged across the country for students.
# Daft Report
National rent prices jumped 1.2% in the last year despite impact of Covid-19
The latest Daft.ie report shows that the industry has ‘bounced back’ from Covid-19.
# Daft Report
The average sale price of a home in Ireland was €254,000 last month - a fall of 3.3% on last year
The year-on-year change reflects a volatile market according to the latest housing report from Daft.ie.
# Wealth Report
Value of residential property in Ireland up by 5.3bn euro in last 12 months
Temple Road in Darty is now Ireland’s most expensive street.
# Property
Growth in house prices slows to just 0.1% - but unclear if supply or Brexit is the cause
The average cost of a house nationwide in the third quarter of this year was €257,000.
# House Prices
Property values jumped €84 million per day in the last year
Dublin remains the most expensive property market in the country.
# Daft Report
The average cost of a house in Dublin is now €383,000
The national average price in the first quarter of the year was €261,000.
Voices
Worse off than their parents? The growing generation of private renters
The boom in renting and the decline in home ownership are remarkable developments in Ireland, writes Professor Tony Fahey.
# Daft Report
'A cause for huge concern': Rents now 30% higher than Celtic Tiger peak
The Daft.ie report found that rents nationwide have risen by 11.3% in the last year.
# Daft Report
Cost of renting near Luas stops €3,360 higher per year compared with other parts of Dublin
The findings were made as part of the latest Luas Rental Price report from Daft.ie.
# Daft Report
House prices beginning to stabilise as parts of the country see price drop during third quarter of 2018
It’s reported that better availability is leading to a stabilising of house prices across the country.
# On the up
Dublin rental prices now €500-a-month higher than boom time as students 'left scraping the barrel'
The latest Daft.ie rental figures show increases across the country.
# supply and demand
The average house price in Dublin is €145,000 more than five years ago
House prices continue to rise and the number of properties on the market continues to fall, the latest Daft.ie house price report has found.
# getting boomier
'Deeply troubling': Dublin rent €380 higher a month than at Celtic Tiger peak
The lowest average rents were in Leitrim, at €542; and Donegal, at €599, a Daft.ie Rent Report found.
# Flying the flag
'Fish in water' Staunton writes history but loses out in battle of the Irish Down Under
Laura Corrigan Duryea’s Melbourne FC snatched the win at the death.
Voices
Almost no change in house prices in second half of 2017 - but it doesn't mean a bubble has burst
The Central Bank’s mortgage rules are pivotal to the story of residential property in 2017, writes economist Ronan Lyons.
# property 2017
House prices are within a year of getting close to Celtic Tiger peaks in some urban areas
The average asking price for a home rose on average by over €20,000 in 2017 as both Daft.ie and MyHome.ie reports voice concern over supply.
# rental crisis
The average cost of rent in Ireland has never, ever, ever been higher
Overall, rents are now 16% higher than their 2008 peak.
# Daft Report
Not superstitious? You're in luck - it's over €4,000 cheaper to live at door number 13
The value of homes at number 13 are typically €4,335 cheaper than the average Irish property.
# Daft Wealth Report
There are almost 4,000 'property millionaires' in Ireland
South County Dublin is the most expensive property market in the country, with an average property value of almost €550,000.
# building and property
Ireland's largest private landlord gets ahead of rent caps with its €2,750-per-month units
But the company is apparently having no trouble finding tenants for its Dublin properties.
# building and property
'Disastrous effects' as average rents across Ireland have soared to an all-time high
The annual rate of rental inflation is almost 12%, the highest level ever recorded by Daft.ie.
# Overheating
The Central Bank's mortgage rules were keeping a lid on Dublin's house prices....not any more
The latest Daft.ie house price report shows prices are rising everywhere.
# Daft
You and 19 mates could live in this old convent for sale in Leitrim
The DREEAM.
# Capital Punishment
The average asking price for a house in Dublin city is now €314,311
And prices are rising across the country.
# Daft Report
Rents across the country at 2008 levels as housing supply hits an all-time low
Rents rose by 16% in Cork since last year.
# unfair cities
The number of properties for sale in Ireland has hit a nine-year low
Meanwhile, there’s been an almost 6% year-on-year increase in house prices.