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Galway students would be “better off taking out a mortgage instead of renting in the current climate”, with student rents in some areas of the city reaching up to €1,250 a month.
Galway students would be "better off taking out a mortgage instead of renting in the current climate", with student rents in some areas of the city reaching up to €1,250 a month.
Relying on the private rental sector is "not appropriate" for delivering social housing, or tackling Galway's accommodation crisis, especially as there are no properties available to rent for people on Housing Assistance Payment or on rent supplement.
Rents in Westmeath were on average 14.7 per cent higher in the first three months of 2017 than a year previously, according to the latest quarterly Rental Price Report by Daft.ie. The average advertised rent is now €770, up 46 per cent from its lowest point.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car, part of the world’s largest vehicle rental company, Enterprise Holdings, this week opened its newest Irish branch in Castlebar. The new outlet will operate from Casey Accident and Repair Centre, Turlough Road, Castlebar, primarily serving tourists who wish to rent a car and explore the town and surrounding areas of Mayo, as well as business people and locals who may require affordable transport from time to time without needing a full-time vehicle.
The latest Daft.ie rent report has concluded that rents in Mayo have risen by 3.4 per cent year on year and the average rent in the county is now €568 per month, up by 10 per cent from their lowest point since the property website has been carrying out this survey.
Rents in Westmeath were 12.7 per cent higher in Westmeath in the second quarter of 2016, according to the latest quarterly Rental Report by Daft.ie.
Over the last 12 months, rent in Monivea has skyrocketed by almost 60 per cent. In early 2015, average monthly rent in the area was €568, but the last year has seen a 57 per cent increase, with prices now peaking at more than €894 per month.
Bill Griffin, CEO of Galway Simon Community, has described the 12.7 per cent rise in rents in Galway city as part of a perfect storm affecting people on social welfare who wish to rent property.