Latest Data From RTB Quarterly Rent Index.
Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) Q3 Rent Index shows the national standardised average rent for new tenancies was €1,056 per month; an annualised growth rate of 9.5%
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Latest Data from RTB Quarterly Rent Index
Homebuilding company Cairn Homes has announced a joint venture with the National Asset Management Agency to build 71 residential units in North Dublin.
In the year to November, residential property prices at national level increased by 8.6%. This compares with an increase of 6.9% in the year to October and an increase of 4.2% in the twelve months to November 2015.
Coveney announces 'rent pressure zones' in Dublin and Cork.
Plans to limit how much landlords can increase rents in designated areas have been announced by the Minister for Housing.
The monthly measure of activity in the construction sector showed further gains in September.
New research by Central Bank economists suggests that it takes up to four years for a first-time buyer to save up a deposit for a house in south Dublin.
In other urban areas of the country, the time to save a deposit is much lower, at around 18 months, while in rural areas it is less than one year.
Galway County Council votes to increase property tax.
Home owners in Co Galway are facing a 10% increase in Local Property Tax payments next year.
Limerick City and County Councils have announced details of an ambitious plan which will transform Limerick city centre, its economy, and the way it is marketed as an ideal location for investment over the next 17 years.
Bank of Ireland is to enhance its cashback offer for mortgage customers by giving an additional 1% of the value of loan back in cash, as competition in the sector here intensifies.