Rent register needed as landlords ‘knowingly contravening’ law – The Irish Times

A rent register is urgently needed to stop certain landlords from “knowingly contravening the law” and to slow down soaring rental prices, the head of the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) has said. Rosalind Carroll, director of the RTB, said that while 340,000 landlords registered with it were currently complying with regulations, some property owners would

Sharp spike in rent as Dublin average nears €1600, report shows – Irish Times

The cost of renting a home in Ireland continues to rise with new figures pointing to sharp spikes in urban areas and average monthly rents in Dublin of almost €1,600, an increase of nearly €130 in 12 months. The new data for the first time draws a distinction between existing and new tenancies and shows

'I would not follow the law the next time' – landlord who lost €25k in ordeal with rent-dodging tenants –

A landlord has admitted she “would do things differently” after she lost at least €25,000 in an 18-month battle to remove rent-dodging tenants from her property. nn, who does not wish to be named for legal reasons, is owed €18,000 in rent arrears and has spent €6,000 cleaning and refurnishing the property since their departure.

'Moving' with Property Button – LinkedIn for agents and tenants – Limerick Post

The tenant profile. Traffic on Property Button is growing 28% week on week. THE private residential property market is heated nationally by changing regulations, Rental Pressure Zones, falling accommodation levels, rising rents and a mobile working population that follows the jobs trajectory. The country also welcomes a large returning population who had moved overseas for