While 100 per cent mortgages are risky for borrowers and banks alike, they are useful to look at - and also useful, perhaps, for a certain type of home buyer
Cracking down on under-occupancy of council-owned property could solve the homelessness crisis. T...
What chance does Eoghan Murphy have, when Nimbyism reigns and so many of our elected representatives are actively objecting to new homes at a time of crisis?
If we want to solve the housing crisis, we as a nation need to say yes to development - even in our own backyard
‘Land-hoarders’ - including the state itself - move slowly and conservatively because of the high costs involved with development. Partnering with local authorities would fix that
Every extra euro spent on a newly established rental scheme is one that won’t go into something else, such as a hospital or school
Rather than create cross-party support for one well-considered piece of legislation, Dáil members compete for the limelight and miss out on vital elements because they can’t be seen to be in favour of something they didn’t think up themselves