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April 19, 2008

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Rental Report # 3 – 742 reductions, 99 increases

April 16, 2008

From the 9th to the 16th of April 2008 there were 742 rent reductions. The average reduction was €115 per month or 7.9%. There were 99 rent increases over the same period, the average increase was €186 or 12%

The number of properties for rent in Ireland increased to 11,444 from 10,900 the previous week an increase of 5%.

53% of the properties for rent have been listed for 3 weeks or longer.

66% of all properties listed in the last 3 weeks have not been rented as of the 16th of April.


IPW Report # 15 – 1,069 Price Drops

April 13, 2008

The number of drops per day reached a new high again this week and is now 153 drops per day.

Over the period 6th April to the 13th April 2008 there were 1,069 price drops and the average drop was €24,611 or 6.24%. Over the same period there were 61 price increases. The average increase was €16,758 or 5.2%.

The 1,069 properties reduced the price by €26.3million in total.
The 61 properties increased the price by €1million in total.


Daft IPW Rental Report #2 – 797 reductions

April 9, 2008

The number of properties for rent in Ireland was 10,904 and 1 in 14 properties reduced the rent in the last week. From the 2nd to the 9th of April 2008 there were 797 rent reductions. The average reduction was €102 per month or 7.4%.

63% of the properties for rent have been listed for 3 weeks or longer.

75% of the properties listed in the last 3 weeks have not been rented.

The report is available in html format.


IPW Report # 14 – 912 Price Drops

April 8, 2008

The number of drops per day reached a new high of 130 per day.

Over the period 30th March to the 6th April 2008 there were 912 price drops and the average drop was €20,516 or 5.8%. Over the same period there were 70 price increases. The average increase was €46,264 or  11.5%.

The 912 properties reduced the price by €20.5million in total.
The 71 properties increased the price by €3.2million in total.


Daft IPW Rental Report #1 – 574 reductions

April 2, 2008

This is the first rental report from IPW.

The number of properties for rent in Ireland was just under 11k and around 1 in 20 properties reduced the asking rent

Over the period 27th March to the 2nd of April 2008 there were 574 rental price reductions. The average reduction was just under €100 per month or 6.5% of the asking rent.

In the future we intend to publish longer rental trends and movements to keep you up to date on developments in the rental market.

The report is available in html format.


Daft IPW Report #13 – 703 Drops

March 31, 2008

A quick update on the number of price drops. We will release further numbers and analysis later this week.

Over the period 22th March to the 30th March 2008 there were 703 price drops and the average drop was €23,739 or 6.2%.

The 703 properties reduced the price by €16.8million in total.

The number of drops per day was 88

Report available in html formats.