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After the awful tragedy that took place in Clondalkin, Dublin recently, in which a woman and three young children died, the issue of fire safety is quite understandably in the spotlight. While fires which cause such loss of life are … Continue reading
In our last blog post, we discussed investment tips – asking whether prospective landlords were better off investing in houses or apartments in general in the marketplace today. This week, we’ll drill down further into that subject, examining potential yields … Continue reading
To say that it has been a rollercoaster decade for Irish property is the understatement of, well, the decade. From the soaring highs of 2006 to the crashing lows of the recession and a surging market once more, it’s difficult … Continue reading
The subject of rent reviews has been a topical one in the Irish property market for the past number of years, and for good reason. Before the Residential Tenancies Act 2004 prohibited landlords from setting a rent that is in … Continue reading
It’s no secret that the housing and rental markets in Dublin are in a shocking state. According to daft.ie’s Rental Report from Q3 of last year, there has been an average increase of 57% in Dublin city rents since the … Continue reading
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IMPORTANT NOTICE Dear Tenants Every Christmas holiday period, problems arise which can be avoided. Emergency call outs are expensive and where the fault lies with the occupier so does the cost. IF YOU ARE LEAVING YOUR PROPERTY FOR A FEW … Continue reading
Author Gavin Daly. The Sunday Business Post. 3rd July 2011. The state would have to pump another €5 billion into the banks and pay out €1.8 billion in compensation to landlords if it banned upward-only rent review clauses, according to … Continue reading
Author Jamie Smyth. The Irish Times. Monday 4th July 2011. THE GOVERNMENT will today announce a crackdown on landlords who are not keeping their properties up to standard or registering with the authorities. The Private Residential Tenancies Board – the … Continue reading
Dublinlettings.com provide residential lettings, residential property management, rent collection, property valuation. Based in Dublin 8 we cover all areas of Dublin, north south and west. We urgently require new properties as we have high demand from our quality tenants who … Continue reading