We are all well aware that the Dublin rental crisis has reached a critical point, with the cost of housing skyrocketing due to the lack of residential prospects in the capital.
UCD's student union are using Snapchat to uncover how the rental crisis is impacting Irish students.
'We're going to the worst places for rent in Dublin to expose how bad the situation is for students,' reads a statement on their Facebook page where the videos are being uploaded.
'We want you to know what kinds of kips are out there and how landlords can try and pressure you into on-the-spot cash deposits.'
'Our goal is to pressure Govt for support for a joint project with Trinity & Daft.ie by bringing the horror stories to camera.'
Irish rent prices are at an all time high, according to a report from rental site Daft.ie.
The average price of rent nationwide now stands at €1131.00.
The average cost of renting a home has increased by €134.00 a month over the last year, according to The Irish Times.
So far, the UCDSU have uncovered landlords demanding deposits and first months rent up front, cash in hand, a house where the kitchen utensils are kept in a bathroom cupboard, temporary camp beds, and a house in which three strangers are sharing a bedroom for €750.00 per month…each.