Ronan Lyons

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Rents in the capital increased in the first quarter but remain lower year-on-year. Photograph: i Stock

Average national rents rose 2.1 per cent in the first quarter of 2021 and are 1.7 per cent higher than they were a year ago, while Dublin rents remain(...)

Housing, employment and mental health among key challenges for young people. File photograph: iStock

Ireland’s young people are having a tough time of it – as the latest Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) report makes clear – with flat-lini(...)

‘There is no precedent for availability this tight in the post-Celtic Tiger housing market,’ says the report’s author, Ronan Lyons. Photograph: Simon Dawson/ Bloomberg

House prices in Ireland have increased by an average of €20,000 in the past year, according to property website Daft.ie. This is roughly twice the ra(...)

Rents in the capital fell by 3.3 per cent to €1,984 last year

The cost of rent fell by more than 3 per cent in Dublin last year but rose in the rest of the country as more people left the capital and additional p(...)

Should those living in large houses after their children leave  be encouraged by the State to trade down? Photograph: iStock

There are few more emotive subjects in Ireland than the “family home”. And we do seem to live in bigger homes than the average. A European Commission (...)

Temple Gardens, Rathmines is “a quiet road of just 26 houses”. Photograph: Google Street.

Ireland’s most expensive street based on property values has been identified in a new report published on Sunday. The Daft.ie report says Temple Gard(...)

If the model moves away from public/private partnerships, this involves the private sector being involved as contractors, building properties, but not as developers of public land.   Photograph: iStock

The decision by Dublin city councillors to stop the sale of land beside Oscar Traynor Road, a few miles north of Dublin city centre, to a private deve(...)

‘While the amount of rental stock has increased in Dublin, it is still roughly one-third the level of availability seen 10 years ago’

Rents rose 1.2 per cent nationally in the third quarter but were stable in Dublin due to an increase in availability of properties arising from the Co(...)

Koti, on Cunningham Road in Dalkey: five-bed property is located at the end of a tree-lined driveway.

Research carried out in 2018 found that buyers will pay up to 32 per cent more for a property with a sea view. The same analysis also found that renta(...)

According to Daft, there were fewer than 18,000 residential properties for sale in the Republic on October 1st, down by a third on the same date last year. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The stock of houses available to buy has hit a 14-year low as asking prices once again started to surge over the summer, according to industry researc(...)

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