Dublin’s private rented sector is becoming long-term stable asset, says new report
Hooke & MacDonald study refutes the argument that councils can provide social housing cheaper than the private sector
A comprehensive report on the performance of Dublin’s private rented sector (PRS) in the latter half of 2020 revealed a sector fast becoming a long-term stable asset class in Ireland.
The report, by Hooke & MacDonald, also refutes the argument put forward by some people that Dublin City Council and other councils can provide social housing cheaper than the private sector.
According to the long-established agency, the PRS and multi-family sector is now being...
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