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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Rental prices

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'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.
Dublin rental prices now €500-a-month higher than boom time as students 'left scraping the barrel'
The latest rental figures show increases across the country.
These new rules aim to help tenants if landlords seek a 'back door' around rent limits
The Residential Tenancies Board wants to make clear what constitutes ‘substantial change’ to a property.
Rents in Dublin have now smashed through their highest Celtic Tiger price level
The pace of price growth has slowed in recent times, however.
Here's everything you need to know about business this week
Everyone was talking about rental prices, plain packaging and newspaper figures.
Land barons could be taxed for vacant property to ease the housing squeeze
The government wants to know if landholders are just sitting on unused property until the value goes up.
'We need to allow people to build higher in Dublin'
One economist explains why people are being squeezed out of the city.
'People are basically fleeing the city now': What sky-high rents are doing to Dublin
Economist Ronan Lyons tells us why the government needs to cut the cost of building new homes.
This map shows you why rent is rising in Dublin more than anywhere else
The latest rental report from the property website shows that while rents are increasing significantly in the capital they are rising much slower elsewhere, indicating a lack of supply according to economist Ronan Lyons.
Cuts to rent supplement 'forcing people to become homeless'
Focus Ireland says successive cuts to rent supplement limits are forcing people into such debt that they’re becoming homeless.
Property prices down 'by more than suggested' - Goodbody
A study based on the results of the Allsop distressed property auctions show home prices are down by over 60 per cent from peak.
Rental prices levelling off across Ireland – report
The latest report says the average rental price in July 2011 was exactly the same as it was in July 2010.