Ban on tenant evictions is extended until the end of March after latest lockdown is announced – Daily Mail

Ban on tenant evictions is extended until the end of March after latest lockdown is announcedThe latest extension to the ban on tenant evictions is until MarchThe ban means court proceedings cannot begin against removing a tenantLandlords are still permitted to serve Section 21 and Section 8 notices  By Myra Butterworth For MailOnline Published: 05:18

Cairn Homes sells 150 homes to cuckoo fund as it reports profit of €24m –

Listed builder Cairn Homes has sold 150 homes in Lucan, county Dublin to Irish investment management firm Carysfort Capital and Wall Street financial giant Angelo Gordon for €48.6m. he homes, which have yet to be completed, will then be rented out once finished. It comes as Cairn says it expects to report operating profit of

Covid-19 sees German investor mark down value of Point Campus – The Irish Times

The owners of Ireland’s largest off-campus student accommodation complex have marked its value down by 6 per cent to reflect the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the sector. Having paid a net purchase price of €142.26 million to acquire the Point Campus in December 2019 from BlackRock Real Estate and the O’Flynn Group, Deutsche

Gatehouse Bank sells property portfolio to Goldman Sachs for £150m – PropertyWire – Property Wire

Gatehouse Bank has sold its Thistle Build to Rent property portfolio to Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division and Pitmore for circa £150m. The deal comprises a portfolio of 918 units across 15 sites, predominantly two-and-three-bedroom homes across North-West England in Greater Manchester and Liverpool. Charles Haresnape, chief executive of Gatehouse Bank, said: “Thistle has not

Round Hill Capital and QuadReal's €123.5 Million Acquisition – Lawyer Monthly Magazine

Upon completion, the build-to-rent scheme will provide 297 high quality apartments. Construction started on Blackwood Square in November with Round Hill Capital (RHC) providing development management oversight. The first phase of the development is set to complete in October 2021, with the final phase in October 2022. Dillon Eustace advised Round Hill Capital (RHC) and

Rise in number of rented dwellings inspected by Kildare County Council says report – Leinster Leader

Kildare County Council inspected a total of 1,165 registered private rented dwellings in 2019, an increase of 170% from the number it inspected in 2018, the council noted in a comment on its performance. But as with all other local authorities, its inspectors found a high level of non compliance with standard regulations. The National

London rents buck national trend with decrease of 4.4% – Property Reporter

The average rent in the UK is now £974, showing a 2.9% increase on November 2019 (£947) – but London rents continue to fall year-on-year, according to the HomeLet Rental Index. When London is excluded, the average rent in the UK is now £828, showing an increase of 5.6% on last year. Nine of the

Idea that only councils should build social housing is nonsense – The Irish Times

The recent rejection by Dublin City councillors of proposals to build new homes at Oscar Traynor Road was a significant setback to efforts to tackle one of the biggest housing challenges this country has ever faced. Not only was the chance lost to get families off the housing list and allow for many more to

Rental market remains steady – BestAdvice

ARLA Propertymark has reported that the number of tenants experiencing rent increases in November fell for the third month in a row. The ARLA Propertymark November Private Rented Sector (PRS) report revealed that 28% of agents witnessed landlords increasing rents compared to 37% in October and 40% in September. This is four percentage points lower than in

Tenants struggling to pay bills and but food because they have to pay top-ups to landlords – Irish Mirror

Tenants receiving rent supplement payments are struggling to pay bills and buy food because they have to pay top-ups to landlords, a committee has heard. People in receipt of the Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) are having to fork out between 100 to 500 euro each month to landlords as State payments fall short of rental