Green TD files advertising complaint against AirBnB listings in Palestine – Irish Examiner

A Green Party TD has complained to the Advertising Standards Agency for Ireland (ASAI) regarding AirBnB in Palestine. Patrick Costello, TD for Dublin South-Central, wrote to the watchdog last month after noticing more than 20 examples of the short-term rental agency listing holiday homes in illegal Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian land in the West

Most expensive homes in Dublin almost €400,000 dearer than cheapest in the county – Irish Mirror

The priciest homes in Dublin are almost €400,000 dearer than the county’s cheapest, the Irish Sunday Mirror can reveal. Our data investigation probes price tags across 139 eircodes in the past six months – with a €385,000 gap within the same county. Residential Property Price Register figures expose how Ireland’s 10 priciest areas are in

Edited Transcript of IRES.I earnings conference call or presentation 7-Aug-20 8:00am GMT – Yahoo Finance

Half Year 2020 Irish Residential Properties REIT PLC Earnings Call Smithfield , Dublin Aug 7, 2020 (Thomson StreetEvents) — Edited Transcript of Irish Residential Properties REIT PLC earnings conference call or presentation Friday, August 7, 2020 at 8:00:00am GMT TEXT version of Transcript ================================================================================ Corporate Participants ================================================================================ * Margaret Sweeney Irish Residential Properties REIT Plc

The U.K.’s Stamp Duty Holiday Has Opened a Window for Luxury Buyers Looking to Get Out of London – Mansion Global

The U.K. economy has suffered a major hit due to the Covid-19 pandemic, shrinking by nearly 25% since February, and it’s predicted to contract by 10% in total this year—the largest slump of any major economy, according to one ratings agency. The Bank of England in May predicted the country could experience its worst recession

Ireland's biggest landlord reports 30 per cent increase in rental income | Business Post – Business Post

The half-year results for Ires Reit show the company has significantly increased its portfolio by 35 per cent, year-on-year. The country’s biggest landlord controlled 3,739 rental units in Ireland at the end of June, compared to 2,771 last year, across 42 properties in Dublin and Cork. The company has added a further 95 homes at

Ires Reit reports 30% increase in rental income – RTE.ie

Ires Reit, Ireland’s biggest landlord, has seen its rental income increase more than 30% in the first half of the year. The results published this morning show that rental income for the first six months was €29.6m up from €22.7m in June 2019, on the back of acquisitions in the 12 months from July 2019.

Shortage of homes for housing assistance payment recipients says Simon Community – BreakingNews.ie

Only seven percent of available rental accommodation that falls within the limits of the housing assistance payment are outside Dublin.The latest Simon Communities ‘Locked out of the market’ study shows an 80% increase in the number of homes available, however, the majority are in the capital.The charity says it highlights how difficult it is for

Shortage of homes for HAP recipients outside Dublin says Simon Community – BreakingNews.ie

Only seven percent of available rental accommodation that falls within the limits of the housing assistance payment are outside Dublin.The latest Simon Communities ‘Locked out of the market’ study shows an 80% increase in the number of homes available, however, the majority are in the capital.The charity says it highlights how difficult it is for

UK's Hammerson plans to reboot lease terms with retailers – ETRealty.com

BENGALURU: British shopping centre operator Hammerson Plc announced moves to raise a combined 825 million pounds ($1.08 billion) on Thursday and said it would reboot the terms of its leases with UK retailers as it faced a slump in rent collections, footfall and the value of its properties. The deals would significantly strengthen its financial

Hometrack: Average UK rents dropped -0.8% in Q2 – Mortgage Introducer

Average rents across the UK dipped by -0.3% in June, and by -0.8% in Q2, taking annual growth to +1.1%, down from +1.7% a year ago, according to Hometrack’s Rental Index.  Rental growth in the UK excluding London is up +2.2%, as demand continues to outstrip supply in many markets, whereas in London rising supply