Rental crisis: Why do we avoid the medicine that works?
One solution to the crisis is the well-established lease law. Residential leases could also be used to offer security
The bottlenecks we’re sure to blame for the housing crisis
A severe shortage of skilled labour will be highlighted at a time when we need to build a lot of houses
This US company says it can predict house price trends
Imagine if somehow we could predict in advance what was going to happen to the housing market. One US company says it can
Karl Deeter: Why the vacant site tax is a horse with no hope
A universal land levy would be a far superior option to the costly alternative, which is already doomed to failure
Karl Deeter: Home owner ‘insiders’ adding to the housing crisis
Our self-serving bias is doing a disservice to young househunters
Karl Deeter: Housing plan is impressive, but will it work?
For such an ambitious strategy to be implemented, there need to be no bumps in the road
Local authorities are the most rapacious repossessors of all
Dublin City Council has a repossession rate which is nearly four times more than the mainstream banks
Karl Deeter: The hard cases that could solve homelessness
Deliberately ignoring facts about the real level of home repossessions is preventing us from finding a solution
Karl Deeter: Third-party meddlers are stuck in the past
A system which allows unfair delays to those trying to deliver housing must be scrapped
Karl Deeter: Financial opportunism is hitting buyers
Is it pure greed a council is seeking to pocket almost 15% cash from houses before a brick is laid?
Starter Homes Special: Legitimising the myth of renting
The effect of home ownership on wealth is very real – the evidence is overwhelming