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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
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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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