Dealing With A Rogue Landlord – Galway Daily

Landlord and Tenant are two words which have deep historical roots in Ireland. Often followed by a dreaded word: “eviction”. Back to Famine times, the relationship between landlord and tenant was unfriendly. The landlords were the rich, the Ascendancy, the oppressors, the tenants were always the victims, the Irish, the peasants, the poor people. All

Navan declared a Rent Pressure Zone – Meath Chronicle

Navan is to be designated a Rent Pressure Zone, as the latest Rent Index from the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB), shows that the town Limerick City East meet teh designated criteria. Following designation as an RPZ, rent increases in these areas are limited to a maximum rent increase of four per cent per annum. The standardised

Cost of rent in Galway climbs to second highest in Ireland – Galway Daily

The cost of rent in Galway has climbed a position in the national rankings, passing Cork to become the second highest in Ireland. The average cost of rent in Galway city was €1,187 per month in the third quarter of this year according to the latest report from the Residential Tenancies Board. This is second

Rents rising but number of landlords falling – report – RTE.ie

The cost of renting a home in Ireland continued to rise between July and September, according to new data from the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) and the Economic and Social Research Institute. But although rents reached another record high, the rate of that increase is slower than before, the board’s latest Rent Index shows. Amid continuing

Landlords to be sanctioned up to €30,000 if they breach rent caps under new laws – thejournal.ie

Image: Shutterstock/abd Image: Shutterstock/abd CABINET IS SET to approve long-awaited legislation today which will slap sanctions on landlords of up to €30,000 if they breach rent caps. In addition, the new rules will mean notice periods given to tenants by landlords will be extended. The proposed new regulations could see a landlord in breach of Rent

Take Back The City's occupation of Residential Tenancies Board in Dublin comes to an end – BreakingNews.ie

Update – 4.36pm: The occupation of the Residential Tenancies Board in Dublin by housing activists has ended.’Take Back The City’ staged a sit-in at the RTB’s offices on D’Olier Street this afternoon.The group claims to have met the board’s director, Rosalind Carroll, to highlight their concerns.They want to see an independent rental board set up

Take Back The City's occupation of Residential Tenancies Board in Dublin comes to an end – Irish Examiner

Update – 4.36pm: The occupation of the Residential Tenancies Board in Dublin by housing activists has ended. ‘Take Back The City’ staged a sit-in at the RTB’s offices on D’Olier Street this afternoon. The group claims to have met the board’s director, Rosalind Carroll, to highlight their concerns. They want to see an independent rental

Housing activists occupy Residential Tenancies Board HQ – The Irish Times

Housing activists occupied a tribunal room during a protest at the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) headquarters in Dublin on Wednesday morning. The Take Back the City group occupied the room at the board’s premises on D’Olier Street in a bid to raise awareness of a hearing over a dispute between a family and the Focus

Take Back The City's occupation of Residential Tenancies Board in Dublin comes to an end – Irish Examiner

Update – 4.36pm: The occupation of the Residential Tenancies Board in Dublin by housing activists has ended. ‘Take Back The City’ staged a sit-in at the RTB’s offices on D’Olier Street this afternoon. The group claims to have met the board’s director, Rosalind Carroll, to highlight their concerns. They want to see an independent rental