Rents continue to rise close to DART and Luas lines

Rents continue to rise close to DART and Luas lines

Rents are continuing to rise for homes close to DART stations and Luas stops in Dublin.

A new Daft.ie survey shows rents for properties in these areas rose by 3% in the first three months of 2018.

The most expensive place to rent is near the Sandymount DART stop at a cost of €2,282 per month.

Daft.ie spokesperson Martin Clancy says the most costly Luas stop is on the red line.

He said: "The most expensive Luas stops to live by is on the Red Line, it's Spencer Dock, right in the city centre with average rents just over €2,250 per month.

"Also on the Red Line is the cheapest stop to live by which is Cheeverstown, which is €1,056 per month."

- Digital Desk


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