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Average rents in Galway city and county revealed in new daft.ie report

Rents in Galway city have risen by almost 5% in the past year, a new daft.ie report has revealed.

The quarterly report shows that rents in the rest of the county fell by 1.1% over the last 12 months.

The average rent in the city is now €1,363, while in the county it is €937.

Overall, the west and north-west of the country saw a decrease in rents on last year, but all cities except Dublin saw an increase in the cost of renal accommodation.

The average price of renting apartments and houses across the country increased by 1.2% nationally, marking the 33rd consecutive quarter where rents are higher than 12 months ago.

Between June and September 2020, the average listed rent nationwide rose by 1.5%

Average rents in Galway city (& annual change)

  • 1 Bedroom Apartment: €1,021 (+3.3%)
  • 2 Bedroom House: €1,114 (+0.9%)
  • 3 Bedroom House: €1,277 (-0.4%)
  • 4 Bedroom House: €1,437 (2.9%)
  • 5 Bedroom House: €1,656 (11.1%)

Average rents in Galway county (& annual change)

  • 1 Bedroom Apartment: €691 (2.8%)
  • 2 Bedroom Apartment: €772 (0.2%)
  • 3 Bedroom Apartment: €885 (-1.1%)
  • 4 Bedroom Apartment: €996 (2.1%)
  • 5 Bedroom Apartment: €1,147 (10.3%)

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Michael Malone
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