Tuesday June 2, 2020

SBP editorial: Building a solution to the rental crisis

27th August, 2017
Former minister for housing Simon Coveney

If a weighing scales is off balance, the touch of a thumb may work for a short while, but true equilibrium can only be achieved by making sure that neither plate is heavier.

In the Irish rental market the scales are most definitely off-kilter, and the thumb of the state has not done much to fix it.

For proof, we need only look at the report from Daft, the property search website that has turned...

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