New rents increased by 9% nationally last year.
The average rent for a new tenancy stood at €1,415 in the final quarter, just over double the rate 10 years ago.
The latest figures from the Residential Tenancies Board show rents on new tenancies in the capital at the end of 2021 reached an average of just under €2,000 per month.
Dublin rents now 100% higher than 2011.
€985 to €1972.
Adding €12,000 a year extra in rent to be paid.
Thats a cost of living crisis!
Government ignored calls for rent freezes year after to suit investor fund REITs.
Failed to provide supply of affordable homes#Rentfreeze pic.twitter.com/RTQCsxLhXW
— Rory Hearne (@RoryHearne) April 27, 2022
That compares to a figure of €1,100 outside of the capital.
Roscommon saw the largest increase, with an annual growth rate of 25% - going from €690 to €865.
No county registered a drop in prices, with only Kildare recording the same figure as the previous year
Thirteen counties, including Carlow, Kilkenny and Westmeath, have average rents of more than €1,000 per month.
Leitrim remains the county with the cheapest rent, which now stands at €740 per month.