Lack of rental properties in capital as small investors throw in the towel, claims estate agents report – Dublin Live

The decline in the number of small investors is having a detrimental impact on the Irish rental market, claims a new estate agents report. Investors have been leaving the market at a rate of almost two to one for a number of years, according to figures collected by the Sherry Fitzgerald Group. The well-known estate

Bank of Ireland branch in Drogheda seeks €3.9m – The Irish Times

Another Bank of Ireland branch has come to the market, this time in Drogheda, Co Louth. The building, in the heart of Drogheda town, is let to the bank until 2031 and is seeking €3.9 million. The sale of the branch comes as the bank readies a portfolio sale of some 82 closed branches across

RTE's Joe Duffy speaks to man who was told he would have to pay €75 'pet rent' – Irish Mirror

Listeners of RTE’s Liveline show were left shocked as one caller told Joe Duffy that after viewing an apartment in Dublin, he was made aware that his pets would have to pay ‘pet rent’. Roy Ferris was told that on top of a monthly rent of €2,250, his two cats would also have to pay

Northern Ireland Keego Investments celebrates £2m of buy-to-let investment sales in only six months – Belfast News Letter

Dubbed the ‘NI Property Girl’ on social media, managing director Eimear Gourley founded the investment company in April 2020, only a month after the initial lockdown period began. Since then, she has been helping clients across Northern Ireland to begin and build their property investment portfolios. Leaving a role in the construction industry as a

Man says he was asked to pay €75 monthly 'pet rent' at Dublin apartment – The Irish Times

A pet owner has said he was asked to pay €75 per month in “pet rent” to keep his two cats in a new rental development in north Dublin. Roy Ferris viewed an apartment with his partner at the weekend at the Griffith Wood development on Griffith Avenue in Marino and was told he would

Tánaiste accused of having ‘no empathy’ for people in housing crisis – BreakingNews.ie

The Tánaiste has been accused of having “no empathy” for those caught in the renting and housing crisis. Eoin Ó Broin said Leo Varadkar is “directly responsible” for their hardship, more than any other politician. The Sinn Féin housing spokesman also accused Mr Varadkar of failing to understand the housing crisis. Mr Ó Broin’s criticism

Tanaiste accused of having 'no empathy' for people in housing crisis – Belfast Telegraph

The Tanaiste has been accused of having “no empathy” for those caught in the renting and housing crisis. oin O Broin said Leo Varadkar is “directly responsible” for their hardship, more than any other politician. The Sinn Fein housing spokesman also accused Mr Varadkar of failing to understand the housing crisis. Mr O Broin’s criticism

Home buyers facing stiffer competition as north's housing stock dwindles – The Irish News

PROSPECTIVE home buyers in the north face stiffer competition and higher prices for new properties coming on the market. A new survey conducted among Northern Ireland property professionals suggests the number of new homes listed for sale here continued to fall during September, pushing prices up further. The research carried out the Royal Institute and

Local residents claim student crisis caused by UL's lack of planning – Limerick Post

University you Limerick campus aerial Photo: True Media Picture – Sean Curtin True Media. by David Raleigh [email protected] Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter A GROUP of local residents has claimed that the University of Limerick’s failure to meet demand for accommodation for its growing student population has contributed to a housing crisis and