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What would a modest 1 or 2 bedroom flat cost to rent in Limerick area ?

Is it a nice area t live in ?
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What would a modest 1 or 2 bedroom flat cost to rent in Limerick area ?

Is it a nice area t live in ?
I drive to Limerick every now and then from Galway and it doesn't seem too bad. It has improved a lot over recent years and compared to Galway you do have better cycling paths, less touristic. Like any city you will have rougher areas too but nowhere in Ireland outside Dublin is as rough as cities in the UK. Renting will probably be tough like everywhere in Ireland and cheaper to buy.

https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/arid-40803516.html

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I drive to Limerick every now and then from Galway and it doesn't seem too bad. It has improved a lot over recent years and compared to Galway you do have better cycling paths, less touristic. Like any city you will have rougher areas too but nowhere in Ireland outside Dublin is as rough as cities in the UK. Renting will probably be tough like everywhere in Ireland and cheaper to buy.

https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/arid-40803516.html
I have a cousin who is seeking to move there for family reasons, I tried looking on line for rents on a 1 or 2 bedroom even modest flat, and almost fell off my chair.
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I have a cousin who is seeking to move there for family reasons, I tried looking on line for rents on a 1 or 2 bedroom even modest flat, and almost fell off my chair.
I think you will rarely find something cheap to rent online and it's more word of mouth. There doesn't seem to be many smaller landlords here and thinking about it, I actually don't know one person who is a landlord. The only thing I've noticed is that more people have log cabins in their gardens, but it's usually for the kids so they can save up for their own home. This is actually interesting
https://www.independent.ie/news/2000...-41281211.html

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