‘Up to July it was a tenants’ market but that is all coming to an end. We are almost back to normal in terms of demand,’ says estate agent Owen Reilly said.

Renters are returning to Dublin following a hiatus of more than 18 months ahead of the reopening of workplaces and colleges this autumn, according to (...)

One of the overarching rules about claiming expenses on renting is that you cannot claim for expenses incurred before you decide to rent or after you finish renting

I rented out a house for the first six months of this year. I subsequently spent money on renovations and cleaning, etc, after the tenants moved out. (...)

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris said the protections would remove ‘a significant upfront expense for students’, and they would be in force before properties were rented for the coming college year. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Tenants cannot be forced to pay deposits worth more than two months’ rent under new rules by the Government, while the Covid-19 eviction ban will cont(...)

The blanket eviction ban was introduced only for periods when people’s movement was restricted to within 5km of their homes as part of Covid-19 rules, which was lifted on April 12th. File photograph: iStock

There has been a surge in renters seeking advice on notices of termination since the blanket ban on evictions, introduced due to the Covid-19 pandemic(...)

New homes at Bay Meadows, Hollystown, Dublin 15. The entire estate of 112 houses was bought by Round Hill Capital earlier this month.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Government plans to restrict the bulk-buying of homes in housing estates are unlikely to result in significant supply increases for owner-occupiers, p(...)

Property owners responded to the lifting of the eviction ban saying it is ‘essential’ that the rental market is allowed to return to ‘some normality’. Photograph: iStock

Evictions of people from rental accommodation can resume from Friday as a grace period following last week’s lifting of the ban ends. Housing charity(...)

The evicted tenants among with their belongings outside the property on Berkeley Road in Dublin on Wednesday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Irish Property Owners’ Association (IPOA), has said it was “concerned with the manner” in which an eviction took place of nine tenants from a hous(...)

Property owners have reacted angrily to a planned extension by Government of a ban on rent increases and evictions

Property owners have reacted angrily to a planned extension by Government of a ban on rent increases and evictions. Minister for Housing Darragh O’Br(...)

The figures from the Residential Tenancies Board suggested the average monthly cost of rent nationally is now more than €1,200. In Dublin, average rents were €1,762 in the third quarter. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Planning permissions for apartments have risen by 80 per cent in the past year, according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The increase in per(...)

Tenants can struggle to find new accommodation in the area where they have been living, at a price they can afford, according to Margaret McCormick, information officer with the Irish Property Owners’ Association

Cases involving tenants who refuse to leave their homes have increased dramatically this year, searches on the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) datab(...)

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