TEMPORARY VACANCY IN TEMPLE BAR from SEP 22th to NOV 10th Female or Gay man - Top bunk bed - Only you and a Brazilian girl in the room - 6 people in the house, including you (1 Croatian M, 1 Korean M, 2 Brazilian F, 1 Brazilian M) - It is a small apartment, recommended for whose doesn't have too many belongings - One of the best locations in Dubin city centre - There are smokers in the house Rates: €380 (1) + €300 (2) + €150 (3) (1) 22/09 when you arrive (€300 deposit) (2) 28/09 Full month rent (3) 28/10 Proporcional rent Electricity bills and cleaning products around €30 (estimated)
27 YEAR OLD DUTCH MALE Non-shared, €500 - 675 Hi I'm immediately looking for a non-shared room for 6 months tops. Preferably on the south of the center so it'll be close to my work at the Dutch Embassy. My budget is between 500 and 675 a month. I'll be out working for most of the week (40h/w) but when I'm home I always like a little chat, a pint, a few laughs etc. I'm a neat, easygoing and decent Dutch guy who's into live music, movies, reading, football and rugby. As a big plus I'm an excellent cook and like to share my cooking. If you have a room available or looking for one as well with a similar budget and wanna join forces on the apartment hunt, feel free to pm me! Cheers, Wernard
Vacancy available , Flat for Couple , double bed in dublin 7 more Information by whatsapp+353 (89) 415 8634 or by inbox.. P.s.The views is going to be today by 5:30 to 6:00pm this Saturday . Thank you Oportunidades Pra casal Flat disponível em dublin 7 , cama de casal. Imediato entrada. maiores informações pelo whatsapp +353 (89) 415 8634 ou inbox. Visitas: Hoje as 17:30 até 18:00 , sábado 09/09/17 Thank you
Hi, I'm looking for a single or shared room in Dublin Center near Spire (40min max). My budget is around 500€ per month, I can pay immediately And deposit also. I'm French I'm 25 and I just graduated in Marketing & Communication Master Degree. I was here since Wednesday night in Youth Hostel and I want a flatmate asap. I'm clean, friendly and I like to go out. Of course I like sports NBA & Football. I would like to stay in Dublin for some month. Thank you for your help 😢😎🙏🏾🍀🇮🇪
Lot's of landlord in dublin Uses the people Conditions Put the price up for studying people in Dublin you should go complaint About they because is not fair put 20 people in the house and some of people put 8 people in the room or 7 or 6 or 5 or 4 is not good you should go to fucking complete about they and he is not pay text he is working illegal it's really guys
Hi, I am master student in DCU about to graduate coming March.I am looking for room(Shared/single) in and around Dublin, around 400 Euros/month. If you require any further information happy to provide or have any information regarding the room please ping me. Regards, Deeptha
Men's vacancy TEMPORARY available - September 20 - October 25 (1 month + 5 days) Value 400 Euros, all included (Internet + Electricity) Shared room with 2 Brazilians In total, 6 people in the apt (3 men + 3 women) - we speak English, Portuguese, Spanish :) ;) Near to St. James Station Hospital Luas - Supervalu 3 min from home - tesco express, lidl, euro giant, dealz on Thomas Street - 3 dublin bike stations close 20 minute walk to Spire The cozy apartment with terrace Smoking is NOT allowed at home = infos inbox = === Vaga masculina TEMPORARIA - 20 de Setembro - 25 Outubro (1 mes + 5 dias) Valor 400 Euros, tudo incluso (Internet + Energia Eletrica) Quarto compartilhado com 2 brasileiros No total, 6 pessoas no apto (3 homens + 3 mulheres) - Fluentes em Ingles, Portuguese, Espanhol :) ;) Do lado da Estação da St James Hospital Luas - Supervalu 3 min de casa - tesco express, lidl, euro giant, dealz na Thomas Street - 3 estações de dublin bike proximas 20 minutos a pé do Spire O apartamento aconchegante com terraço NÃO É PERMITIDO fumar em casa = infos inbox =
For Ann, it was a bunk in a hostel or the loss of a new, permanent job. That was her choice. She has spent weeks looking for a place to rent in Dublin – as far out as Bettystown in Co Meath and Castlepollard in Co Westmeath – but with no luck. The 44-year-old single mother told The Irish Times last month that she had sent more than 100 emails searching for a place to rent in Dublin in time to start her permanent civil service job, but found nothing. By this week, Ann had moved to plan B: she had enlisted her 24-year-old daughter to mind her two young sons, aged 11 and eight, at home in Galway while she works in her new job in Dublin. She spends four nights a week in a tourist hostel and continues to search for a home for herself and her family near her workplace. “Tonight as I lay here I miss my boys so much. I’ve never been away from them since they were born. I miss their bedtime story and their goodnight hugs,” she wrote in an email at 11.07pm. “I question what I am doing. I did all the things I was meant to – went to college and got a degree while raising a young family. Worked one temp job after another determined to provide for my family and not to be the statistical average ‘single parent’ living off the State. I’m here in Dublin tonight sharing a room with 15 strangers. My kids are 220km away. Is this it? Is this as much as I can hope for my family?” Ann is typical of the new homeless in Ireland – the working homeless. Unable to rent or buy, she is a casualty of the acute housing crisis. Its causes are many: too few homes built after the crash; a scarcity of bank lending and the soaring cost of whatever finance (mostly from private funds) is available; a population growing more quickly than anticipated; net immigration; the decline in household sizes; insufficient homes in Dublin for the number of new jobs; the Government passing responsibility for public housing to the private sector; a shortage of rental properties; and soaring property prices and rents. In short, there are not enough vacant houses to buy or rent, and given the long-term nature of planning, development and construction, there are few quick fixes. The country is entering a prolonged period of catch-up.