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Rooney's currently has two superb investment properties. No 1 Cross Street is a city centre investment property let on a new long term lease to an excellent restaurant covenant. The tenant, Freshii, is unaffected by the sale and enjoys a long term lease from 2017.
Under pressure landlords in Galway whose properties are being repossessed by the banks are being forced to evict tenants, as banks are insisting on vacant possession for sales to go ahead. This is according to Tuam based councillor Sean Canney who says he knows of five or six incidences of this occurring in his local area.
Galway West TD Derek Nolan has called for a set of standards to be put in place to ensure that the exterior of rental properties across the city are maintained to an appropriate standard.
Rents may be increasing sharply in Dublin but that is not the situation in the Mayo private rental market.
Rent controls are "urgently needed" in Galway" to deal with the shortage in the housing supply that is causing "worry and stress" for families across the city and is impacting on both the private and social housing sectors.
The average rent for all dwellings let in County Westmeath in Q4 2014, and which were registered with the Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB), was €537. That was down €2 when compared to the prevailing average rent in Q4 2013, when the amount was €539.
With over half of city private rented properties and 82 per cent of county rented properties failing local authority inspections,Threshold Galway is calling for an NCT-style inspection process to place more responsibility on landlords to ensure that their property meets the standards required.
O’Donnellan & Joyce brings two gilt edged commercial and residential investment properties to the market
According to Colm O’Donnellan of O Donnellan & Joyce purchasers who are looking to buy quality property investments will be interested in these two gilt edged commercial and residential properties, which have been just brought to the market by O Donnellan & Joyce.
There has been a noticeable increase in demand for rental properties in Galway of late, compounded by additional property buyers being held back by restrictive bank lending, increasing employment, and a general increase in population. According to local property letting agents, there has been a ‘surprise spike’ in queries in recent months, and rental properties are being snapped up within days of becoming available, and they expect that rising demand for rental properties will continue for the foreseeable future but caution that it can still be a tough business.
DTZ Sherry FitzGerald is offering an opportunity to acquire one of Galway city’s best known restaurants, The Thai Garden. The restaurant is a long established part of the Spanish Arch in the heart of Galway’s Latin Quarter which is renowned as the city’s premier entertainment area.