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Can You Guess The Rent On These Dublin Flats?

How well do you know the rising rental market?

Source: infomatique

ALL OF THESE have been advertised on Daft.ie in the past year.

This two-bedroom apartment near the old Point Depot (now the Three Arena)?
€1,200 a month
€1,600 a month

€2,000 a month
€2,600 a month
This one-bed just off Tara Street?
€995 a month
€1,145 a month

€1,295 a month
This tiny bedsit in D7 where the fridge is stuck behind the bed?
€470 a month
€570 a month

€620 a month
This one-bedroom flat near St Patrick's Cathedral, available for short term lets?
€1,500 a month
€2,100 a month

€2,700 a month
This bedsit off Hatch Street?
€750 a month
€800 a month

€850 a month
This three-bedroom luxury apartment between Spencer Dock and Sheriff Street?
€4,000 a month
€5,000 a month

€5,500 a month
And this single mattress under the stairs in a flat share in Rathmines?
daft.ie
€170 a month
€210 a month

€230 a month
Answer all the questions to see your result!
You scored out of !
Well, you're an expert in the Dublin rental market
God love you. You must have suffered.
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You scored out of !
Pretty good, but your expectations are still a little high...
Maybe you need to be a little less optimistic about what's on offer. Still, a good effort.
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You scored out of !
You're way too optimistic.
Sorry, but all these flats are WAY more expensive than you think.
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