Here Are The Most And Least Expensive Counties In Ireland To Rent In 2018
Rent in the capital is now MORE expensive than it was in the Celtic Tiger.
We all know where we're going to be moving to.
The cost of renting in Ireland has risen by around 10% by the end of 2017 which is an all time high according to Daft.ie.
The average monthly rent nationwide at the end of 2017 was just over €1,200 and Dublin recorded rent hikes of almost €400 compared to the peak of the Celtic Tiger.
The Most Expensive places to rent on average in Ireland at the moment per month are:
- South Dublin County (€1,995), South Dublin City (€1,939), Central Dublin City (€1,869) and North Dublin City (€1,709)
- Wicklow (€1,256)
- Kildare (€1,212)
- Meath (€1,171)
The least expensive places to rent nationwide at the moment per month are:
- Leitrim (€542)
- Donegal (€599)
- Longford (€605)
- Roscommon (€625)
The prices are also broken down into average rent prices nationwide county by county depending on type of house as shown below.
You can find the full report here.