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Buyers in Dublin are getting an early start on the housing search with the opening of a new Dublin property website.
The site, which is run by the Dublin City Council, allows users to find apartments, buy a home or rent a house.
It is not the first time that the city has set up a property search website, but the first to use Dublin’s capital city to make it easier for residents to find suitable properties.
The website allows users in Dublin to search for homes that are located in the city centre, with information such as price, location and the location of the nearest building.
It also provides the property’s current rent and a list of potential investors.
The properties offered by the site include two flats in the west of the city, a two-bedroom property on O’Connell Street and a three-bedroom house on the outskirts of the centre.
There is also a property in the east of the central city.
Dublin’s website, Dublin City Property Search, has been open since June 1.
The council is offering two packages of properties for €1,200 and €1.5 million, with the cheapest option for a two bedroom apartment for €3,000.
The second package, which includes a three bedroom property, is for €5,000 and includes a flat, a kitchen and a bathroom.
The average rent for a house in the central City is €4,900, and for apartments in the inner city, it is €6,600.
The average rent in the north is €8,000 while the average rent is for a flat in Dublin’s north inner city is €10,400.
The Dublin City council is also offering a special discount for those with a family member in Ireland.
It has been set at €25,000 for single people, €40,000 to families with two children, and €60,000 if both parents live in the country.
A new app to help with finding a new home, the Dublin Housing app, is also available for free.
The app allows users a quick search for available properties, which are then shown in a real-time graph.
The information on the site is also used by residents who are looking to buy their first home.
A number of other city-based websites are also available in Dublin, including the Dublin Real Estate Board website and the Dublin-Kilkenny Real Estate website.