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Rent prices in Connacht/Ulster are now nearly 19% higher than a year ago, which is the strongest rate of increase since 2006. According to the latest Daft.ie Rental Price Report, the ongoing and unprecedented scarcity of rental homes is driving prices. In some parts of Connacht, rents rose by 20%…

Rents in Connacht and Ulster rose by up to 15% during the past year, with the number of homes available to rent down by about 60%. That’s according to the Daft.ie rental report for the second quarter of this year, which compared average rents to the same time last year.…

Fewer properties available for renting is one of the reasons rental prices are rising in Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal. This is as rent prices in Dublin, where supply is up by 20%, are falling, according to the latest daft.ie Rental Price Report released today. In Leitrim, rents were, on average,…

It’s emerged that Donegal and Leitrim are the Counties with the lowest rents in the Country.   There has been a 2.7 percent annual increase in the average rent, with the national average costing 1,256 euro.   A one-bedroom apartment in Dublin costs almost 450 euro per month more than…

Rents are rising across the North West region. The latest report by property website daft.ie shows that rents are up over 6% in both Sligo and Leitrim. The last report in June showed a fall in rents in Donegal but the county is now too following the upward trend with…

High rents are hitting families in the north west with children preparing to return to school. That’s according to Focus Ireland, which has singled out Sligo as a place where, it says, children are being severely impacted. It follows a report from Daft.ie showing soaring rents, with an increase of…

Rent prices have risen across the North West region by an average of more than 11% over the last the last number of years, according to a report by daft.ie. In Sligo, rents have risen by 12% since this time last year, Leitrim 9.2% and in Donegal rents have risen…