Is it really cheaper to buy than to rent in Dublin? Absolutely – The Irish Times

Fairness is in short supply when it comes to putting a roof over your head in 21st century Ireland. And what better illustrates the almost incomprehensibly bonkers and inequitable nature of the Irish home market better than the cost of buying versus the cost of renting. A home owner rather than renter is clearly in

Eoghan Murphy criticised as rents surge by 7 per cent in one year – The Irish Times

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has said rent pressure zones are starting to work despite a 7 per cent year-on-year increase in rents nationwide. Rents in Dublin increased in the second quarter to €1,713 a month, up from €1,599 for the same period last year. This amounts to a 7 per cent increase despite the

Another two areas become Rent Pressure Zones as rent prices continue to soar –

Image: Mark Stedman via Image: Mark Stedman via TWO NEW AREAS of the country have now met the criteria to become Rent Pressure Zones (RPZs).  This comes as the latest rent index report from the Residential Tenancies Board has been published, which has found that the standardised national average rent over €1,200 per

Carlow and Macroom added to Rent Pressure Zone areas –

Two more areas, Carlow and Macroom, have been designated Rent Pressure Zones as rents across the country continue to rise. According to the latest report from the Residential Tenancies Board, the average rent in Dublin is €1,713 – an increase of €114 on the same time last year. Nationally the average rent, in the period from April to June

Residential Tenancies Act 2019 – Lexology

1. What is the Residential Tenancies Act? The Residential Tenancies Act 2004 is the main legislation in Ireland governing the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants. The Act applies to every dwelling that involves a landlord/tenant relationship with a few exceptions e.g. holidays homes. Further exceptions are set out in section 3(2) of the

Two new areas designated as Rent Pressure Zones as national rents continue to rise – Newstalk 106-108 fm

Carlow and Macroom have become the two latest areas to be designated as Rent Pressure Zones. The Residential Tenancies Board has informed Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy that the new designations will apply as of today. It comes as the board’s latest index shows a 7% annual increase in national rents. Rent Pressure Zone designation means

Tenants of Dun Laoghaire apartment block, St Helen's Court, fighting fourth eviction attempt in three years – Dublin Live

A group of tenants in a south Dublin apartment complex who are fighting their fourth eviction notice in three years have called on the Housing Minister to help them stay in their homes. Residents of St Helen’s Court in Dun Laoghaire claim the successive vulture funds that took over the ownership of the apartments since

Springfield Properties signs major deal with private rental specialist – Scottish Business News

From left – Michelle Motion, Sandy Adam and Innes Smith Sigma, the private rented sector, residential development and urban regeneration specialist, has agreed terms for a major new Collaboration Agreement with Scottish house builder Springfield Properties plc. The Agreement targets the delivery of hundreds of new rental homes for Sigma, focusing on five cities in