Ronan Lyons

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A significant number of one- and two-bed properties have arrived on the rental market in Dublin, 1, 2, 7 and 8

The rapid spread of coronavirus has prompted a flight from the Airbnb model of short-term rentals to longer term rental in key Dublin areas. Acc(...)

Close to 400 one- and two-bed properties were advertised in under three weeks, up 150 from the same period last year.

A jump in the number of rental properties available in the Republic has been linked to the coronavirus. Property website said it had witnesse(...)

Denser housing with good access to urban centres is considered better than housing estates on the outskirts of towns. Photograph: Getty Images

It’s been called a “con job”, a “three-card trick”, and earlier this week, business leaders warned of its “grave implications for the economy”. There’(...)

Though rents continue to climb in urban centres, the rate of increase when 2019 is compared to the previous year has ‘moderated significantly,’ according to and Trinity College Dublin economist Ronan Lyons

Headline national rents have fallen for the first time since the middle of 2012, according to a new report released on Tuesday by property website Da(...)

Laura Forsythe: “All the beans on toast and tap water in the world isn’t going to get you there (for deposit).” Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

The Housing Fix is an Irish Times series exploring solutions to Ireland’s housing crisis – arguably the biggest social and economic issue facing (...)

Irish people must live more like mainland Europeans.The Government’s strategy is to develop accommodation closer to city centres. This saves on commuting time and cuts the necessity to own a car.

“The Housing Fix” is an Irish Times series exploring solutions to Ireland’s housing crisis – arguably the biggest social and economic issue facing (...)

An analysis of 40,000 transactions and proximity to parks and green spaces including water shows parks have the most positive effect.  Photograph: iStock

Having a house or an apartment in Dublin which is within walking distance of a park significantly adds to its property value , an environment conferen(...)

In the capital, house prices were down 1.2%   to €366,153, led by a 4.1% year-on-year decline in south county Dublin to €566,776. File photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Housing prices in Ireland fell this year for the first time since 2012, according to a new report from Daft. The property website’s latest survey sho(...)

Between 2009 and 2018 an average of just  10,500 homes were completed per year

Some 34,000 houses will have to be built each year for the next decade just to meet demand, Central Bank analysis suggests. An economic letter on ho(...)

'I used to live (rent) in Bray, and could take the Dart from there to what was my workplace, on Merrion Road.' Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Monthly rents for properties close to Dart and Luas stops are now 15 per cent more than the Dublin average of €1,968, according to new research from p(...)

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