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Restrictions on Rent Increases for Landlords

Since the end of last year, Irish landlords have been subject to stricter oversight and tighter regulations. The new measures are designed to protect tenants, but also to provide a braking effect on the rental market; recent rent increases have[...]

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Good News for First-Time Buyers!

Help to Buy Incentive for First-Time Buyers Once upon a time there were three little pigs, who decided it was time to gain some independence and move out of their parents’ house. However with tight budgets and rapidly rising property[...]

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Landlords and Tenants – New Procedures Introduced

Introduction of New Residential Tenancies Act The new Residential Tenancies Amendment Act was signed on the 4th December 2015, bringing with it some significant changes to the Landlord/Tenant relationship.  One of its aims is to provide a level of stability[...]

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Irish Commercial Property Experiences Significant Growth

There has been much talk of how Ireland is currently experiencing an economic recovery and such a recovery is further evidenced by The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI).  In their Commercial Property Review and Outlook for 2015 it is[...]

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Tips When Purchasing A Property From A Receiver

As our current economic climate is showing very positive signs of recovery, auctions of distressed properties continue to take place throughout the country. In most cases the properties at such auctions are being sold by receivers, who have been appointed[...]

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Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB) – Are You Registered?

As a landlord to an Irish property you are legally required, under The Residential Tenancies Act 2004, to register your private residential tenancies with the Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB), which was established in 2004.  The three main functions of[...]

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RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANIES – ANNUAL REPORT AND SINKING FUND REQUIREMENTS

In 2011 the introduction of the Multi-Unit Development Act (MUD Act) brought with it much needed regulation and guidance for the ownership and establishment of residential property management companies in relation to multi-unit developments in Ireland.  A multi-unit development is[...]

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Irish Water – Charges, Second Homes and Other Questions Answered.

Irish Water has recently announced an extension to the deadline for completion of application form to 30th November 2014.  It is believed the extension was permitted due to the low level of responses received by Irish Water to date.  While[...]

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Construction Industry Continues To Grow

With Budget 2015 approaching there is much talk of continuing growth within the Irish economy, which includes continued growth for the construction industry.  Construction has been increasing steadily over the past 12 to 15 months, with continued growth seen in[...]

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Dublin Property Market – An Attractive Investment Opportunity

Dublin was recently named the second most attractive investment market in Europe for property investors by the Urban Land Institute, which is not surprising given that Dublin property prices have increased month on month throughout 2013 to an overall increase[...]

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