rows of houses in Dublin


Our research addresses a range of issues around the function of the housing market and the impact of housing policy in Ireland. It examines topics such as the house price modelling, demographic household formation, housing supply determinants, the rental market, and housing affordability. It also examines how these factors impact different socio-economic groups, such as migrants and children. 

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Sitting tenants paying markedly lower rents than new tenants

Nationally the raw average rent is lower for existing tenancies registered than for new tenancies that began in the same time period (€1,303 vs €1,517), a difference of €214 per month.

What factors influence housing supply in Ireland, Northern Ireland & UK?

Government investment in expanding the availability of social and affordable housing emerges as a crucial factor across all markets.