Ires Reit chief executive  Margaret Sweeney:  ‘The prospects for growth in the Irish market remain good.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Ires Reit, the State’s biggest private landlord, reported a sharp rise in profits last year as the average rent achieved per unit increased by 5.4 per(...)

Former Ires chief David Ehrlich will retire from the board at the end of this year. Photograph:   Cyril Byrne

Irish Residential Properties Reit’s (Ires) founding chief executive, David Ehrlich, who stepped down from the role last year to become a non-executive(...)

Minister for Tourism: the Restaurants Association of Ireland called for his head over the VAT increase. Photograph: Alan Betson

Budget 2019 attempted to spread largesse from a fairly small pot as widely as possible. To make that easier, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe rais(...)

Ires Reit chief executive Margaret Sweeney. It’s understood  the company’s  change in policy on the rent rises followed her  intervention.   Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ireland’s biggest private landlord, Ires Reit, has abandoned plans to hike rent at one of its developments in Sandyford, south Dublin, by as much as 2(...)

Catherine Moroney, head of business banking at AIB,   at the PwC/Irish Times event.

Greater support for indigenous companies and progress on housing and health are core issues that Fianna Fáil wants to see addressed in Budget 2019, th(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe: he  has plenty to ponder ahead of announcing Budget 2019 in October. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Irish economy may resemble a Boeing 747 in cruise control these days, but there were warnings this week that the State is “relying on one big engi(...)

Ires Reit chief executive Margaret Sweeney said the company had delivered ‘another strong set of results’.

Profits at Irish real estate company Ires Reit more than doubled during the first half of 2018 compared with the same period last year, the company’s (...)

Ires Reit chairman Declan Moylan: Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Backers of the Republic’s biggest landlord should be concerned at its former chief executive “bailing out” of the company, a shareholder told its annu(...)

Ires Reit chief executive Margaret Sweeney:   Ires’s €40m acquisition of 128 apartments at the Hampton Wood development in Finglas is expected to generate a gross yield of 6.25 per cent.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

MONDAY Indicators: Irish retail sales (Apr); German import prices (Apr). TUESDAY Results: Kainos, Frutarom, HP. Indicators: Irish overseas tra(...)

Hampton Wood in Finglas, Dublin, where one-bed unfurnished apartments are to hit the market at €1,500 a month

Ireland’s largest private landlord, Ires Reit, has closed its latest acquisition, purchasing 128 apartments at Hampton Wood in north Dublin for €40 mi(...)

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