Kerry Co Co issues 180 warning letters to property owners in crackdown on short-term lets – The Irish Times

Kerry County Council has issued more than 180 warning letters to property owners in a major crackdown on short-term letting of homes, with over 90 per cent of the cases in the Killarney area alone. The council had sought almost €170,000 in Government funding so it could begin a clampdown on the widespread unauthorised use

Economist identifies impacts of housing crisis in RE/MAX market report – Mayo Advertiser

Impending changes to Ireland’s corporation tax code means Ireland will have to increasingly compete for foreign direct investment. National competitiveness also relies on sustaining an economic model where inward migration is essential, according to a new RE/MAX Housing Market Report, produced by economist Jim Power for the independent Irish real estate group. The availability of

There were just 1,460 homes available to rent in Ireland at the start of this month – JOE.ie

Rents are rising as the availability of homes continues to fall. There were just 1,460 homes available to rent on 1 November, 2021 nationwide, according to the latest rental report from website Daft.ie. Advertisement The property website reports that rents in the third quarter of 2021 were an average of 6.8% higher than the same

Cost of rent climbs back to pre-pandemic levels as number of homes to let hits record low – Independent.ie

Rental costs have increased at a rate not seen since the pandemic struck – while available properties to let are at an all-time low. he cost of renting was upby 6.7pc in September, the strongest annual rise since early 2019, according to the Daft.ie rental report. Rents in Connacht-Ulster have shot up nearly 19pc. Average monthly rent

Owner appeals over Dublin Trinity Townhouse Hotel plan – The Times

A Singapore-based businessman who was refused permission to build a hotel on the site of an art gallery and yoga studio in Dublin city centre has appealed against the decision. Propco Limited, which is owned by the hotelier Stanley Quek, applied to Dublin city council to build a 25-bed hotel at 24-25 Frederick Street to

'Far lower rent increase': Government approves 2 per cent cap in rent pressure zones – Carlow Live

The Government has approved a 2 per cent cap on rent increases in rent pressure zones. A rent pressurized zone (RPZ)  is a designated area where rents cannot be increased by more than general inflation and applies to new and existing tenancies unless an exemption is being applied. RPZs are located in parts of the country

Government approves a 2% cap on rents in Rent Pressure Zones – thejournal.ie

Image: Shutterstock/Andrey_Popov Image: Shutterstock/Andrey_Popov THE GOVERNMENT HAS approved a 2% cap on rent increases in areas designated as Rent Pressure Zones. It will cap rent increases at 2% or the level of inflation as measured by the harmonised index of consumer prices, whatever is lower. If you want to check whether your area is in

'Far lower rent increase': Government approves 2 per cent cap in rent pressure zones – Limerick Leader

The Government has approved a 2 per cent cap on rent increases in rent pressure zones. A rent pressurized zone (RPZ)  is a designated area where rents cannot be increased by more than general inflation and applies to new and existing tenancies unless an exemption is being applied. RPZs are located in parts of the country

Despite Cap, in Some Areas of City Rents Grew More Than 12 Percent in a Year (While in Others They Dropped) – Dublin Inquirer

Drimnagh. Photo by Claudia Dalby. Average rents in the city grew 2.4 percent from the start of July 2020 to the end of June 2021, said the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) at the end of September, in one of its regular updates. But that smoothed figure conceals a lot. Zoom in and average rents in

Despite Caps, in Some Areas of City Rents Grew More Than 12 Percent in a Year (While in Others They Dropped) – Dublin Inquirer

Drimnagh. Photo by Claudia Dalby. Average rents in the city grew 2.4 percent from the start of July 2020 to the end of June 2021, said the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) at the end of September, in one of its regular updates. But that smoothed figure conceals a lot. Zoom in and average rents in