US fund seeks PPS numbers and salary details before it allows prospective tenants to view apartments
Business Post finds Greystar’s application cannot be completed without providing a PPS number and proof of salary information
Greystar, a multibillion-dollar US residential fund, is prompting prospective tenants in Ireland to provide their PPS numbers, salary data and proof of earnings ahead of viewing a property.
The company operates the Quayside Quarter and Griffith Wood rental developments in Dublin. Two-bed apartments in Quayside Quarter cost between €3,320 and €3,575 a month, with a three-bed apartment renting for €5,030 a month. In Griffith Wood development, a one-bed is advertised at €2,140 a month, a ...