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Average property in Louth now costs over €1,000 to rent

Rents in Co Louth have risen by 17.5% in the last year with the average rent now over €1,000. That’s according to the latest rent report from property website Daft.ie,

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Rent in Dundalk surges to highest level on record

Rents in Dundalk rose to their highest levels on record in the first quarter of 2017, according to the latest Rent Index from the Residential Tenancies Board. The average monthly

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Louth rents rise the largest amount nationally to just shy of €1,000 per month

The average rent in Co Louth is now just shy of €1,000 a month. That’s according to the latest Daft.ie Rental Report for Q1 2017 which was released today. The

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Number of private households occupied in Louth up 3.4% according to Census

There were 45,448 private households occupied in Co Louth at the time of the Census in 2016. That represents a 3.4% increase on the 43,972 households that were registered in

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Average monthly rent in Dundalk now €900

The average monthly rent in Dundalk at the end of last year was almost €900, according to new figures from the Residential Tenancies Board. Breaking down rents in the county

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O’Dowd questions criteria for Rent Pressure Zones after Dundalk and Drogheda miss out

Local Fine Gael TD Fergus O’Dowd has questioned why two of the counties major towns, Dundalk and Drogheda, have not been included in the recent Rent Pressure Zones announced by

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Dublin City Centre the only place to see rents rise more than Louth in last quarter

Rents in Co Louth rose by a massive 17.3% year-on-year. That’s according to the latest Daft.ie Rental Report for Q4 2016. According to the report, the average rent in the

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Local renters face more problems as a result of government proposals, insists Adams

Following the publication of the government’s strategy for the rental sector on Tuesday local TD Gerry Adams has warned that “tenants in Louth will continue to see their rents increase

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Rent in Co Louth up 11.2% in the year to an average of €757

The average rent for private rented dwellings in Co Louth is now €757. That’s according to the Residential Tenancies Board’s report for Quarter 3 2016 which found that rental costs were

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Rents continue to soar in Co Louth

The average cost of renting a property in Co Louth has jumped 15.2% in the last 12 months. That’s according to the latest report from property website Daft.ie, which reported

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Average rent in Co Louth now €735

The average rent for all dwellings in the private rented sector in Co Louth  in Quarter 2, 2016, and which were registered with the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) was €735. This was

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Rents on the rise in Co Louth

The average rent in Co Louth now stands at €716.03 after increasing by 10.8% in the last year. That’s according to a study of the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) figures

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Average rent in Louth up 14.2% in the last year to €835

The average rent in Co Louth has risen by 14.2% in the last year. That’s according to the latest rental report for Q1 2016 by property website Daft.ie. The latest

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Average rent in Louth up over €100 in past 12 months

The average rent of a property in Co Louth now stands at €811, according to the latest Daft.ie Rental Report for Q4 2015. According to the report, rental prices have jumped

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Just one property in Dundalk available to those on rent supplements

Just one property currently available in Dundalk was available to rent within rent supplement/Housing Assistance Payment limits. That’s according to a new study by Simon Communities Ireland, which found that