Wednesday May 27, 2020

Opportunity knocks for struggling tenants

As landlords rush to sell their buy-to-let properties, can institutional investors make up the shortfall in Ireland’s rental needs?

21st June, 2015

One of the main themes at last week’s Threshold conference on Generation Rent was the lack of housing for Ireland’s growing renting population. One-in-five Irish households rent and, with the new Central Bank mortgage rules kicking in, an ever-larger number of people and families will rent their homes for the long-term.

Changing demographics and cultural attitudes about home-ownership, population movement and the nature of Ireland’s FDI success is resulting in a...

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