Five key takeaways from private rental sector report
Hooke & MacDonald’s overview of the second quarter of 2020 shows lockdown will have an impact on the future viability of rental schemes
The latest report from estate agent Hooke & MacDonald on the private rental sector (PRS) looks at the second-quarter months during which the pandemic took hold in Ireland. Here are five key takeaways.
1. Covid-19 will slow project commencement
The lockdown measures faced by the development industry between the end of March and May are expected to impact not only on the supply of residential accommodation this year, but also the cost and viability...
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