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File image of construction at Beaumont, Dublin. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The assumption that Dublin’s social divide is between the north and south sides is firmly debunked in a new housing data resource to be unveiled on Mo(...)

Purpose-built accommodation is the latest arrival on the rental market scene. Photograph: iStock

The last number of years has seen great opportunities for investors in the commercial and residential property rental sectors, with current trends set(...)

We’re very close to the previous peak in terms of rent now

The last number of years has seen great opportunities for investors in the commercial and residential property rental sectors, with current trends set(...)

Policies reflect an underlying obsession within Irish housing and economic policy of pursuing, despite the evidence, the financialisation of housing. Photograph: Frank Miller

The housing crisis is a social emergency and poses major risks to the economy. However, the Government’s policy response, Rebuilding Ireland, has not (...)

Traders prepare for the initial public offering of Snap Inc, the parent company of Snapchat, at the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European markets plateaued on Thursday following a surge on the previous day as investors weighed the likelihood of a US interest rates rise. DUBLIN (...)

Origin chairperson Rose Hynes.

When it comes to women directors on listed company boards, the needle is stuck on the dial. Apparently, 12.5 per cent is not just the corporate tax ra(...)

The imposition of property tax, which is still not allowed as an expense to offset tax liabilities, is another cost for landlords. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

With just over a month left to file tax returns for 2015, landlords across the country will be hoping for some reprieve on next year’s preliminary tax(...)

‘Even though the market has performed really strongly in recent years, it’s still pretty fragile.’

The message to overseas property investors at the height of the financial crisis was simple: come for the rock-bottom prices, stay for the tax breaks.(...)

A property-rental queue at Northumberland Road, Dublin, in 2012. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Anyone who has ever rented has horror stories. Whether those involve dodgy landlords, difficult housemates or almost-uninhabitable dives, the experie(...)

Mick Byrne of the Dublin Tenants’ Association said it welcomed moves that would reduce the frequency of rent increases, but the proposed legislation would not curtail ‘the extent or amount’ by which rents could climb. Photograph:  Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

While groups representing a certain cohort of landlords are furious about legislative proposals that will freeze residential rent prices for periods o(...)

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