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Of all the landlords in Ireland over 30 percent are ‘accidental landlords’ - that is someone who bought their house with the intention of living in it, but through various different scenarios ended up moving out and letting it.
Senator Ollie Crowe has this week called for regulations to restrict the capacity of short-term rentals.
Rents have risen by nine per cent in Galway city in the last year, with the average rent now €1,443 according to the latest rental report by Daft.ie.
Rent the Runway has announced that all employees based in Ireland are offered 20-weeks of fully paid leave as part of its gender neutral family leave policy designed to support families. The company’s International Technology Office is located in The Old Schoolhouse in Galway City.
Average monthly rental premiums within County Westmeath were on average 4.9 percent higher in the third quarter of 2020 than a year previously, with the average charge for renting a residential property now €1,048, up 99 percent from its lowest point, according to the latest Daft.ie Housing Market Report which was released in recent times.
Retail Excellence has written to Damien English, the Minister of State for Employment Affairs and Retail, requesting the Government to step in and offer support for retailers who are struggling to pay commercial rents.
Average monthly rental premiums increased by an average of 1.2 percent in the year to July, with the average charge for renting a three bedroom property in County Westmeath now €965, according to the latest Daft.ie Housing Market Report which was released in recent times.
Responding to the most recent Daft housing market report, the IPOA noted that the number of properties now available for rent was to be expected.
Emergency rent supplement, rent reductions and rent waivers must now be firmly on the Government’s agenda as Minister Eoghan Murphy introduces emergency legislation this week.
The extension of the rent pressure zones (RPZ), while welcome for tenants in the area, is a sign of the Government’s failing housing policy in Galway, according to a Galway-East TD.