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We’ve all heard the horror stories about mistreated tenants and wardrobes being rented out for two grand a month. But in the current climate, who’d be a landlord either?

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

22nd April, 2018
Renting is an increasingly unrewarding experience, and not just for tenants Pic: Getty

You wouldn’t want to be a renter in Dublin in 2018. But increasingly – thanks to the punitive new laws creeping in – you may be starting to wonder if it would really be worth the heartache and hassle of being a landlord either.

I know: you’re not allowed to say such a thing. Never plead the case of the landlord, right? Media suicide. You’ll be driven through the streets with a pitchfork at...

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