You will be required to register for self-assessed taxes and file an annual income tax return each year. Photograph: iStock

I plan to invest in a buy to rent, max price €225,000. I already have a share-owned home with my brother, no mortgage, would be a cash buyer; the(...)

Ferdinand Onwumere was evicted from a property in Dublin last December. Photograph: Laura Hutton

More than 360 people were served eviction notices in the two months after the Government lifted a blanket ban on removing tenants last August, figures(...)

The chairwoman of Threshold says the profile of renters in Ireland is changing. Photograph: iStock

Housing charity Threshold has said it intervened in more than 100 attempted illegal evictions of tenants during the coronavirus pandemic, despite a le(...)

In August, nine tenants were evicted from a property on Berkeley Road, Phibsborough, north Dublin, as men clad in black repossessed the house. The tenants claimed they had not received an eviction notice. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

More than 370 tenants have been served eviction notices to leave their accommodation by landlords since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, with an(...)

According to the  RTB, over 92 per cent of Irish residential landlords have three tenancies or less; there were only 11 landlords with 300-plus units in 2019.   Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Institutional investors have been instrumental in enabling and funding the construction of nearly 5,500 new apartments and houses in Dublin since 2016(...)

No tenant should accept this treatment from any landlord. Photograph: iStock

Our landlord is a very greedy person. We have been renting his house for two years. We sleep on old mattresses, only on springs. We do not have a refr(...)

In Dublin, the average rent increased by €110 or 6.6 per cent year on year, to €1,762.

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has insisted the Government’s policy of rent caps is working, as new figures show rents increasing nationally but s(...)

Outside Dublin, the standardised average rent reached €903 in the second quarter compared with €839 a year earlier.

Rents are continuing to rise with new figures showing a 7 per cent annual increase in Dublin in the second quarter to an average €1,713 a month, a ri(...)

The paper filing deadline for your tax return is October 31st, while if you file online, you’ll get until November 12th to pay and file.  Photograph: iStock

With just 38 days until the 2018 tax return deadline (or 50 days if you’re filing online), it’s time to rustle up those receipts and either get your a(...)

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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