Tag Archives: rental prices

Is there a solution to the current housing crisis? The current situation in Ireland is critical as we all know. You can’t open a paper or go online without seeing another headline. The lack of housing and the related exorbitant costs are constant media fodder. We have homeless and vulnerable people suffering through lack of […]

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Average rents in Dublin now above €1,900 a month, well beyond the means of typical students. Overall there were just 3,070 properties available to rent nationwide at the start of August, the second-lowest level recorded since the series began in 2006. The report suggested the lack of affordable accommodation had left students competing with young […]

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  One of the most exciting things for undergraduate students is the opportunity to move out of your home and start living independently. However, for university freshmen, finding the right student accommodation in Dublin might be a daunting task. For those that are just getting started, here are few pointers and tips as to what […]

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Students in Galway have just had yet another housing price hike, and we at Switching Room Towers think this stinks. The country has enough issues with rents growing nationally year on year, without being given just 7 days notice. Who is going to find alternative accommodation in 7 days?

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