Average monthly rents hit record level – report – RTE.ie

Average monthly rents across the country rose to a new record level during the second quarter of the year. According to the latest quarterly Rental Report by Daft.ie, on average the cost of renting is now €1,391 per month. The increase marks the 13th consecutive quarter of record rents. However, the 6.7% rise over the

Moving houses: Banks sitting on over 1,000 vacant properties | Business Post – Sunday Business Post

More than a decade on from the financial crash, its deep-lying effects are still evident across many facets of Irish society. Many of the lingering remnants of the recession are intangible and hidden, but others are evident in the most tangible form of all: bricks and mortar. According to the most recently available figures from

Landlords on Airbnb 'will sell up over new letting regulations' – Herald.ie

Dublin landlords who run Airbnb rentals say they are considering selling their properties because of onerous new short-term letting regulations. he regulations, which came into force yesterday, could result in those who flout the rules being fined €5,000 or jailed for six months. It has been claimed that the new legislation will see landlords take

Investment Analysis of Irish Real Estate Market – Global Property Guide

Ireland’s house price growth is now slowing sharply, with restrictive lending rules from the central bank, coupled with increasing housing supply. The uncertainty surrounding Brexit is also making homebuyers cautious. The national residential property price index rose by a minuscule 0.93% (0.24% inflation-adjusted) during the year to October 2019, sharply down from last year’s 8.34%