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In Dublin, there were just 1,265 homes available to rent last month, one-third below the average over the last five years. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Rents have risen by 70 per cent since bottoming out in the recession and are now 23 per cent higher than their Celtic Tiger peak, according to a new r(...)

Overall, Luas green and cross-city line commuters pay a €170 a month premium compared to the average rent on the red line, which is €1,600. Photograph: Aidan Cawley

Rents for two- and three-bedroom homes close to new Luas cross-city stops in Dublin rose by more than a fifth over the last year, compared with a 17 (...)

 Students at UCD in Belfield: South Co Dublin is the most expensive area in the country, with the average rent now €1,573, up 6.1% on a year ago. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Young people celebrating their CAO offers face an uphill struggle to secure accommodation, with the number of properties to rent across Ireland remain(...)

 Average property transaction prices rose 4.7 per cent, the survey says, with the annual rate of change in Dublin reaching 17 per cent towards the end of the year. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

A report released this morning by the property website Daft has confirmed the emergence of a two-tier housing market of Dublin versus the rest of the (...)