You work to live; you don’t live to work! There’s a lot more to life in Dublin than the 9 to 5 – so what’s it like to set up home here?
Accommodation is available in Dublin but it is not abundant and this is reflected in prices. Excellent employment opportunities, a booming multinational sector and a high density of third-level educational institutions have driven the demand for housing high. Renting The government has responded to this pressure by introducing a 4% yearly cap on rent increases, preventing landlords from upping rent by more than this figure per annum. Although Dublin is still the most expensive county in which to live, a well-connected transport network means that l