‘Huge unmet demand’ for purpose-built student accommodation across major cities – Belfast Telegraph

There is huge unmet demand for purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) across Ireland’s four major cities, an economist has said. onan Lyons, assistant professor in economics at Trinity College Dublin, said that the 19,000 units available in Dublin fall well short of the 26,000 needed this year. The Student Housing report, published by property website Daft.ie,

“rent pressure zone ireland” – Google News

“rent pressure zone ireland” – Google Newsgov.ie – Rent Pressure Zones – Gov.ieFive more areas become Rent Pressure Zones as national average monthly rent stays over €1,200 – TheJournal.ieCoronavirus in Ireland: Rents continue to rise in spite of pandemic – The TimesThreshold: Landlords trying to get round Rent Pressure Zones with additional fees – Irish

Factors dictating long term rents – Leinster Express

Responding to the RTB Rent Index, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers, said the fall in annual rent growth and a drop of 3.3pc year-on-year by June is hardly surprising given the extent of the lockdown and the drop off in short-term lets, particularly in Dublin, arising from the halt in tourism. Pat

Markets Now – Thursday 6th August 2020 – FT Alphaville

Things are mostly down and there’s a quite lot of news. Sterling, BOE, gold, the Turkish lira and whatnot are covered on the main site. On these pixels we’ll stick with the corporate stuff after a look at the mid-session scoreboards: Hammerson’s pressed the button on a £552m rights issue. That might seem not very

Help-to-Buy bonus; a taste for working from home; and two landmark deals – The Irish Times

More than 40 per cent of the first-time homebuyers who have availed of the Government’s help-to-buy scheme already had the necessary deposit to secure a mortgage. Eoin Burke-Kennedy reports on new figures from the Revenue Commissioners on a scheme recently enhance din the July Covid stimulus programme. Elsewhere, companies will face pressure to accommodate working

Average rents in Louth continued to grow in first quarter of 2020 – Talk of the Town

Average rents in Louth grew by a further 1.3% in the first quarter of 2020 to their highest point on record, the latest figures from the Residential Tenancies Board have revealed Rents have grown from €1,026 in the previous quarter to €1,039. This has contributed to annual growth of 3.6% with the average rent in

Rent Pressure Zones – Gov.ie

Section 24A of the Residential Tenancies Act 2004, as amended, sets out the procedure for the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government to prescribe, by order, an area as a Rent Pressure Zone. It provides that the Housing Agency, in consultation with the relevant housing authority, may make a written proposal to the Minister

Bandon and Kinsale area to become Cork's latest Rent Pressure Zone – Cork Beo

The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, today designated the Bandon – Kinsale Local Electoral Area as a Rent Pressure Zone. This comes following the publication of the Residential Tenancies Board’s (RTB) Rent Index Report for Q1 2020 (published today 16 July 2020) which is produced in conjunction with the Economic and

Cork TD: Lifting rent protections would 'throw renters under the bus' – Echo Live

Sinn Féin TD Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire has said that it is absolutely essential that the government extends the ban on evictions, notices to quit and rent increases until at least the end of 2020. Deputy O’Laoghaire said that renters in Cork have been “badly hit” by the economic impact of Covid-19. “We see young renters