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

Mick: Landlords Aren't Fleeing the Market in Droves – Dublin Inquirer

Photo by Simon Auffret After the most recent Daft.ie report, which showed yet another year of double-digit growth in Dublin’s rental market, the Irish Property Owners Association (IPOA) claimed that the problem is that landlords just can’t make money in today’s rental sector. That’s right – the problem with double-digit rent increases, on top of the average

Rents rose across Ireland by average of 10.4% – report – RTÉ News

A new all-time high for rents has now been set for the seventh quarter in a row, according to the latest report from the property website Daft.ie. Its quarterly Rental Report says rents rose across the country by an average of 10.4% last year, while the mean monthly rent during the final quarter of 2017

Latest: Micheál Martin attacks Taoiseach over 'complacency' on 'shocking' rent crisis – BreakingNews.ie

Update 6.35pm: Opposition leader Micheál Martin has said a new report on housing rents makes for “very dismal and depressing reading.”He said that over a number of years the rental increase in Dublin has been “shocking” and warned it is having a “huge impact on people.”Mr Martin also accused Taoiseach Leo Varadkar of complacency in