Helpful Information
 

Helpful Information

Buying a property in The Republic Of Ireland

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Buying a property in The Republic Of Ireland.

If you buy a property in Ireland there are certain taxes that you will have to pay. In this section you will find information about these taxes and the reliefs that may be available to you.

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Selling a house in The Republic Of Ireland

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Selling a house in The Republic Of Ireland.

When you sell a house, you may have to pay Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on the proceeds of the sale. If that house is your only or main home, you may be able to claim Principal Private Residence (PPR) Relief. With PPR Relief, you will not have to pay any CGT on the sale.

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Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund (LIHAF)

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Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund (LIHAF) .

The Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund (LIHAF) is a key element of Pillar 3 of Rebuilding Ireland: An Action Plan for Housing & Homelessness. The objective of the fund is to provide public off-site infrastructure to relieve critical infrastructure blockages.

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Help to Buy (HTB) Incentive

Help to Buy (HTB) Incentive

Help to Buy (HTB) Incentive.

Summary

The Help to Buy incentive is designed to assist first-time buyers with obtaining the deposit required to purchase or self-build a new house or apartment to live in as their home.

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Ireland's Rent Pressure Zones.

Ireland's Rent Pressure Zones.

Ireland's Rent Pressure Zones.

Rent Predictability Measures were new provisions enacted under the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016 (the “2016 Act”) that are intended to moderate the rise in rents in the parts of the country where rents are highest and rising and where households have greatest difficulties in finding accommodation they can afford.

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HAP, Housing Assistance Payment.

HAP, Housing Assistance Payment.

HAP, Housing Assistance Payment.

What is HAP?

HAP is a form of social housing support provided by all local authorities. HAP means that local authorities can provide housing assistance for households who qualify for social housing support, including many long-term Rent Supplement recipients.

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Mortgage Protection For First Time Buyers

Mortgage Protection For First Time Buyers

Mortgage Protection For First Time Buyers.

Mortgage Protection Insurance (MPI) is not an optional extra for mortgage holders. Under the 1995 Consumer Credit Act, mortgage lenders are required by law to ensure borrowers take out mortgage protection insurance in Ireland. Why?

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Peter McVerry Trust

Peter McVerry Trust

Peter McVerry Trust.

Peter McVerry Trust is a charity set up by Fr Peter McVerry to reduce homelessness and the harm caused by drug misuse and social disadvantage.

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The Housing Agency

The Housing Agency

The Housing Agency.

 

The Housing Agency was set up in May 2010 to work with and support local authorities approved housing bodies, and the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government in the delivery of housing and housing services.

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Keeping Your Home

Keeping Your Home

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Keepingyourhome.ie is provided by the Citizens Information Board and the Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS).

The website aims to provide comprehensive information on the services and entitlements available if you are having difficulties paying your rent or making your mortgage repayments.

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IMHO Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation

IMHO Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation

IMHO Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation.


The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation is a not for profit organisation which aims to facilitate independent mortgage/debt resolution between lenders/creditors and mortgage holders.

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RTB Residential Tenancies Board Ireland

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RTB Residential Tenancies Board Ireland.

 The RTB was established in 2004 on foot of the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA). The RTB is an agency of Government with statutory powers. The central role of the RTB is to support the rental housing market and to resolve cheaply and speedily disputes between landlords and tenants, affording protection to both parties without having to resort to the Courts.

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Irish Water

Irish Water

Irish Water.

 

Irish Water is Ireland's new national water utility that is responsible for providing and developing water services throughout Ireland.
Incorporated in July 2013, as a semi-state company under the Water Services Act 2013, Irish Water will bring the water and wastewater services of the 34 Local Authorities together under one national service provider.

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Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

 

Threshold was founded in 1978. We are a registered charity whose aim is to secure a right to housing, particularly for households experiencing the problems of poverty and exclusion.
We do this by:

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Focus Ireland

Focus Ireland

Focus Ireland

 

Focus Ireland was founded by Sr. Stanislaus Kennedy as a result of the finding of research into the needs of homeless women in Dublin. Through listening to he experiences of the women, the research team realised the importance of involving people who are experiencing or who had experienced homelessness in the development of services for people who are homeless.

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