Property prices set to increase by 6% in 2021 – Sligo Champion

While the property market was dominated by Covid-19 in 2020, residential property prices proved surprisingly resilient throughout the year and are set to increase by an average of 4% in 2021 according to the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland. hartered estate agents believe property prices in Dublin – which has the highest prices – are

Laois and Offaly councils urged to use a scheme to transform thousands of empty buildings into homes – Leinster Express

Councils in Laois an Offaly should avail of a scheme make use of nearly 5,000 homes across the two counties according to Government TD Charlie Flanagan. The  Laois/Offaly TD wants the two county councils to make more use of the Repair and Leasing Scheme to supply more housing. Dep Flanagan was speaking as figures show a

Tax on buy-to-let properties 2021: what landlords should know – Simply Business knowledge

There are a number of new buy-to-let tax changes landlords should be aware of in 2021. From the tax relief you can claim on buy-to-let, to regulation changes outside of tax, here’s a run-down of what’s been announced – and what to watch out for this year. New tax rules on buy-to-let tax properties: explained

Andrew Moff's Top Picks: Jan. 28, 2021 – BNN

Andrew Moffs, senior vice president and portfolio manager at Vision Capital FOCUS: Real estate stocks MARKET OUTLOOK: Caution has returned to the market, catalyzed by Republican resistance to President Biden’s stimulus bill and vaccination delays due to problems related to rapidly expanding production capacity. Globally, there is a coordinated effort to backstop the economy. At

Andrew Moffs' Top Picks: Jan. 28, 2021 – BNN

Andrew Moffs, senior vice president and portfolio manager at Vision Capital FOCUS: Real estate stocks MARKET OUTLOOK: Caution has returned to the market, catalyzed by Republican resistance to President Biden’s stimulus bill and vaccination delays due to problems related to rapidly expanding production capacity. Globally, there is a coordinated effort to backstop the economy. At

Rents down by 13% since March at Dublin's Docklands – Business Post

Rents in Dublin’s Docklands have decreased by an average of 13 per cent since March, a report by Owen Reilly, the estate agents, has shown. At the upper end of the market – properties costing more than €3,000 monthly – rents declined even more acutely. The report is based on actual transactions observed by Owen

Rents in London and Edinburgh plunge according to SpareRoom and Rightmove – This is Money

Rental costs in pockets of some cities across Britain have fallen drastically in the last 12 months, two separate reports show. Rents in Birmingham, Edinburgh and London fell between 5 and 8 per cent in the last year, data from SpareRoom shows – and in one capital postcode, they have plummeted 26 per cent.  Meanwhile,

Charity warns affordability crisis will drive homelessness figures up | ITV News – ITV News

An affordability crisis will continue to drive people into homelessness, a charity has warned. The Simon Communities of Ireland said an underlying chronic lack of affordable supply persists in the wake of the pandemic. According to their quarterly Locked Out report, single people face a limited amount of affordable properties. The report found just four

A half-dozen Munster homes: See how prices vary across six counties – Irish Examiner

IF you’re keen on the look of a one-and-half-storey home, check out what’s on offer in Munster Eye. These dormer houses, with sloped ceilings on the upper floor, sit particularly well in rural settings. The properties featured here include a gorgeously maintained dormer located outside the John B Keane town of Listowel, a fine property

Travel with Tom Breathnach: questions and answers on travel in 2021 – Irish Examiner

I’ve just booked a family trip to Lake Garda in Italy for September. I went through a travel agent for peace of mind… but am I mad to book so soon? You’re not! As long as you’ve booked wisely, that is. Two concerns are at play for yourself and many other holiday-makers right now: firstly,