Search Results for 'Housing in the United Kingdom'

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Irish Property Owners Association calls for tax change to assist landlords

The Irish Property Owners’ Association (IPOA), the national landlords association, accepts and understands the need to protect vulnerable tenants who meet the self-declaration criteria.

Part VIII planning documents to be posted on public consultation website, Council meeting is told

Part VIII Planning and Development Regulations such as those for the City Museum will be available to view online after Cllr John Connolly proposed that they should be published on the Galway City Council website.

Mark Nestor Property Services enters the estate agent market

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Mark Nestor Property Services is a new and exciting auctioneer, valuer and estate agent company serving Athlone, Moate, Ballymahon and the surrounding areas. The company offers services in sales, rentals, commercial, valuations and property management.

Excellent purpose-built student accommodation investment

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Cushman & Wakefield Galway brings to the market an excellent opportunity to invest in the thriving Galway student accommodation market with the launch of 99 bed spaces in a dedicated student complex at Centrepoint, Liosban.

Cheevers welcomes FF Bill to set aside land for first time buyers

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Galway's local authorities will have the power to earmark land specifically for first time buyers, if a new Fianna Fáil Bill, which sets aside 30 per cent of zoned land aside for first-time buyers, is passed in the Dáil.

IPAV welcomes Help to Buy scheme extension

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IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, which called in its pre-Budget submission for the Help-to-Buy scheme to be extended for a further two years has welcomed the decision of the Minister for Finance to do so, saying the scheme is central to giving confidence to a market that it is “extraordinarily difficult for first-time buyers and for smaller builders/developers,as opposed to the few dominant strongly capital backed players.”

Mortgage to rent scheme housing valuation limit formally increased

Families in mortgage distress in Westmeath have been given fresh hope after the county’s upper housing valuation limit for the mortgage-to-rent scheme was significantly increased to €305,000.

Sixteen complaints to city council over unauthorised letting

The Galway City Council received 16 complaints last year about unauthorised letting of properties in the city.

Flow of private landlords from market to impact homelessness

In the recent Focus Ireland report on homelessness it was revealed that one of the primary reasons those experiencing homelessness left their last stable home was due to their landlord selling the property, given the divergence in the treatment for tax purposes of private landlords versus various fund investors in residential property, according to IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers.

 

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