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Old 04-01-2016, 11:59 PM
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Thanks for accepting me as a member, I am going to be in Dublin for the next 3 to 6 months and have being based in London for the last little while. I would be pleased if anyone could give me a few hints of things to do and pubs to visit as I never grew up here but my parents where from Dublin. I should hopefully be in Dublin in the next few days to sort family stuff .
Well it's bin a long oul shoppin trip Cloggers....ye must loike Dublin.

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Bollox ,
That's the 2nd time iv'e done that , had never seen the post before ...so just took it that it was just posted .
LOL.... you bit there 2/-....oul Cloggers came saw and conkered....an dare he was gone....dough oi saw eze light on dey udder night.....so taut oid axe.
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Old 29-12-2016, 07:30 AM
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I am also going to Dublin next year for a few months. Can you recommend any real estate broker websites for rentals? BTW, do you think this is a good deal? https://tranio.com/ireland/adt/1489743/rent/
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Old 29-12-2016, 10:21 AM
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Hi Huss, rents are just crazy at the moment , and anything coming on the market next year is going to be subsidising existing rents because of a cap of 4% increase P/A on existing leases .The landlords will hike up new leases to cover themselves .
It might be cheaper locating outside Dublin and rent or buy a car to commute ? Either way I hope you enjoy your stay .
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