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74 Eviction Notices Served in Mayo in just 3 Months


Seventy four eviction notices served in Mayo in just three months

Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh has said that the number of eviction notices served from July to September 2022 underlined the need for the government to reverse its decision to end the eviction ban.

The advantages of using a letting agency

In a market flooded with tenants, you may find yourself asking why you would need to engage the services of a letting agent, and you are right to ask yourself this very important question. Hiring the right letting agent can save you money in the long run as a professional letting agent will have a wealth of experience and up-to-date knowledge of the market that is invaluable when sourcing tenants in today's market.

Labour calls for extension of eviction ban

Labour City Councillor Niall Mc Nelis said the eviction ban must be extended until the end of 2023 to safeguard vulnerable renters from entering homelessness.

Latest Index report shows an annual increase in rents for new tenancies - RTB

The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) has published the Q2 2022 Rent Index report today for the period of April to June 2022.

Students tread carefully in seeking accommodation - IPOA

Every year around this time thousands of students will be offered places in third level educational institutions.

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Tenancies must now be registered annually with RTB public body

The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) has confirmed that all landlords must register each tenancy with the RTB every year, the registration being completed within one month of the anniversary of when the tenancy began.

RTB rent index reveals additional increase in national rent premiums

The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) has published the quarterly Rent Index for the July to September period (Q3) of 2021.

New Bill can strengthen renters rights in Galway, says McNelis

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A new Bill coming before the Dáil this week has the potential to address three major issues of concern to Galway renters - security of tenure, affordable rents, and quality of rental accommodation - but only if it achieves cross party support.


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