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Ireland stays on top of EU rental returns scoreboard

Emphasis will change from buy-to-rent to build-to-rent in Dublin’s population boom

14th October, 2018

With an average rental return of 7.69 per cent, Ireland is top of the pile in Europe for investors looking to maximise rental returns, claiming the crown for the third year in a row. That’s according to statistics gathered in the third annual European buy-to-let league table, compiled by London-based international payments firm WorldFirst.

According to the report, the fall in the value of sterling since the EU referendum has impacted British buy-to-let investors...

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