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Rent controls are due to expire on Christmas Eve 2019, but many expect them to be extended further. Illustration: iStock

Penthouses for rent for €20,000 a month; Airbnb properties generating revenue of more than €100,000 a year; institutional landlords looking to push up(...)

Daft recently calculated that the average supply of monthly rental properties is only a third of estimated demand. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

City-centre rents and house prices are increasingly out of reach for those on average wages. As well as causing big problems for those directly affect(...)

The supply of rental properties  continues to tighten, with 3,214 properties available to rent nationwide on November 1st, down by 4.5 per cent on the same figure a year ago.

Rents nationwide rose by 11.3 per cent in the year to September, with no slowdown in sight, as average rents were pushed to a new all-time high of €1,(...)

Accountancy, banking and finance jobs have shown a 45 per cent increase since 2016.

The number of job advertisements in the financial sector was up 45 per cent during the second quarter of the year compared with the same period of 201(...)

The Daft.ie report  comes as Leaving Cert students assess their CAO option and begin the accommodation search. Photograph: David Sleator

A new report has highlighted the chronic shortage of student housing in Dublin and other cities, while accusing the Government of “negligent inaction”(...)

 Queuing for a rental property in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Average rent across the Republic reached yet another peak of €1,304, more than €560 higher than the trough in 2011 and more than 26 per cent higher th(...)

Properties within 100m of the coast with a wide view of the sea were a third more expensive than otherwise identical properties, a report from Daft.ie found. Photograph: iStock

Properties with a view of the sea can command prices up to 32 per cent higher than a similar property with no sea view, a study has found. Research c(...)

House prices in Dublin have risen by an average of almost €155,000 above their low-point in 2012,  new figures show.  File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

House prices in Dublin have risen by an average of almost €155,000 (70 per cent) above their low-point in 2012, while the average asking price for hou(...)

The Irish housing market has had a uniquely volatile nature over the past 20 years

Nowhere is the Irish boom and bust cycle more evident than in the housing market. Ireland had the fastest growth in house prices in the run up to the(...)

There are some signs of more houses and apartments coming on stream, but inevitably this is slow. Photograph: Alan Betson

There has been a lot of discussion about the affordability of buying a house, given the rapid rise in prices. But the latest Daft.ie survey shows that(...)

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