Over half of Dublin rental properties ‘are for tourists’ – Extra.ie

More than half of properties for rent in Dublin are for short-term tourist lets, new research revealed yesterday. The findings sparked a strong reaction from Opposition politicians, who called on the Government to regulate the short-term letting sector. The research from property website Daft.ie found landlords are increasingly opting to let to tourists rather than

Landlords favour short-term rentals – Irish Examiner

New research from Daft.ie showed that 53% of rental properties in the capital are being listed as short-term lets. According to the research, yesterday there were 1,258 long-term rental properties available in Dublin on the property website, while the stock of full homes to let via Airbnb from professional listers was 1,419. The latter figure

Over half of available rental properties in Dublin aimed at tourists for short-term stays – thejournal.ie

Image: Shutterstock/Africa Studio Image: Shutterstock/Africa Studio OVER HALF OF all available rental properties in Dublin are now being listed as short-term lets for tourists. According to new research from Daft.ie landlords in the capital are increasingly opting to let to tourists rather than to long-term tenants. Yesterday 53% of homes in the Dublin rental market

'Rent Pressure Zones are not working': What can be done to stop rising rents? – thejournal.ie

Image: Mark Stedman/RollingNews.ie Image: Mark Stedman/RollingNews.ie HOUSING EXPERTS HAVE said that rent control laws are not working after rents nationwide rose by almost 12% in the year to March. The latest Daft quarterly rental report found that the average monthly rent for properties listed on its website was €1,261. This marks a monthly increase of €232