It will come as no surprise to you that Dublin is the most expensive place to live in Ireland.
Prices anywhere near Dublin city normally start at the €1,000 mark so we decided to take a look at what you could get for the same price elsewhere in the country.
Here's what you can rent in Dublin and around the rest of the country for roughly €1,000 right now.
An entire four bedroom, two bathroom house – €1,000.
Queue birds chirping, majestic happy music and leaves softly blowing in the wind
A tiny one bed apartment in Rathgar – €995.
Queue sirens and slow feckin walkers on Grafton Street.
Decent enough two bed apartment in Woodquay, right in the middle of town – €1,000.
Few cushions, be grand!
'Studio' apartment in Rathmines – €1,000.
The ad says "not suitable for children", you've been warned kids.
One bed modern apartment in St Luke's – €1,000.
€500 each for a couple to share their own gaff? Where can we sign the lease?
This 'chalet' in Saggart will only set you back €1,200 per month. It oozes charm.
Four bed house on South Circular Road – €1,300.
We'd happily live here though.
€1,050 to live in a "one bedroom apartment" that's actually a house in Stoneybatter. Nice.
This dreamy one bedroom apartment in Cork City costs €1,000 per month.