Daft.ie has released its latest rental report, and it makes for grim reading.
It won't be a surprise to most of us but figures show that rent in Ireland is at its highest it's ever been, rising 10% since 2008.
The average monthly rent in Ireland comes in €1,131 and Dublin is the most expensive in Ireland when it comes to finding a home.
Dublin rents have risen by 13.1%, with the average rent in the city centre now standing at €1,690. The West of the city is a little more affordable at €1,467, with the South coming in the most expensive at €1,868 per month.
Rents are consistently high across the country, with the cheapest found in Leitrim - at €517 a month.
Along with Leitrim, the cheapest places to rent in Ireland also include Longford, Donegal and Roscommon, at €572, €593 and €595 respectively.
It looks like it's not going to get much easier to find a decent place as the report revealed that while rent has increased dramatically, the number of properties available to rent is at its lowest with only 3,100 available.
You can read the full report here.