Friday April 3, 2020

Section 23: Rental market needs the return of Section 23 tax relief

The severe shortage of residential rental accommodation, particularly in the capital, is forcing up rents.

26th October, 2014
Westend Gate in Tallaght, Dublin 24: Block B comes with unused Section 23 allowances.

The government has in the past introduced and often extended a range of tax incentive real estate schemes to encourage movement in the property sector when it needed it.

Section 23 properties were ordinary housing units built in certain areas and towns around the country which were perceived to be in need of some additional benefits in order to promote a letting market.

Given the current squeeze on the rental market in the capital, it’s not...

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