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How to manage your rental property

Tenants won’t accept damaged furniture and uncontactable landlords

22nd May, 2016
Tips on how to manage your rental property Pic: Pixabay

A significant proportion of Ireland’s rental property stock today is now made up of apartments. Many landlords bought apartments as an investment by choice. Others bought an apartment during the boom years to live in as owner-occupiers and have, over recent years, become ‘accidental landlords’.

It is immaterial whether a person became a landlord by choice or by circumstance. The rules and regulations give no consideration to the path taken in...

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