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    New leadership often brings about new ideas and the recent elevation of Leo Varadkar to Taoiseach could have a big impact on the housing market in the months ahead. After replacing Enda Kenny, one of the new Taoiseach’s first tasks was deciding his new Cabinet team with Eoghan Murphy replacing the man Varadkar tipped to…

    The post Could uncertainty over the future of the help to buy scheme drive up house prices even more? appeared first on MyHome.ie Advice & Blog.


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    New Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has signed a new order which will allow large scale developments to be fasttracked. The Dublin-based TD has signed the necessary Commencement Order and associated supporting regulations which will enable planning applications for large scale housing developments of 100 units or more and large scale student accommodation projects to…

    The post Housing Minister signs new order to fast track large scale developments appeared first on MyHome.ie Advice & Blog.


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    Dublin estate agents Finnegan Menton recently celebrated 70 years in business. To mark the occasion the firm’s offices at 17 Merrion Row in Dublin 2 were revamped. Glenn Burrell was also appointed as an Associate Director of Finnegan Menton. He is pictured above right with Finnegan Menton managing director Iain Finnegan.

    The post Finnegan Menton mark 70 years in business with revamp of Merrion Row offices appeared first on MyHome.ie Advice & Blog.


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    The number of mortgages approved rose by over a third in May compared to the same month a year earlier, new figures show Data from Banking and Payments Federation Ireland reveal there were 4,124 approvals valued at a combined €884 million granted during May. This compares with 3,046 approvals and a value of €609 million for May…

    The post Mortgage approvals in May up by more than a third appeared first on MyHome.ie Advice & Blog.


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    The five most expensive places to live in Leinster have been revealed. According to the latest MyHome.ie Property Report, in association with Davy, Dublin is unsurprisingly the most expensive place to reside in the country. In Leinster it is followed by the commuter counties of Wicklow, Kildare, Meath and Louth when it comes to the…

    The post The five most expensive places to live in Leinster have been revealed appeared first on MyHome.ie Advice & Blog.


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    Residential property prices nationally increased by 11.9% in the year to May, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) released today. This compares with an increase of 10% in the year to April and an increase of 5.4% in the 12 months to May 2016. In Dublin, residential property prices increased…

    The post Property prices up 11.9% in the year to May, according to CSO appeared first on MyHome.ie Advice & Blog.


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    New rental accommodation regulations came into force at the start of this month with the view of improving the safety and quality of rental properties in Ireland. Under the new regulations, some landlords will be required to install extra safety features in rented properties. Amongst the updates are that properties must have self-contained bathrooms, eliminating…

    The post Renting in Ireland? How the new rental rules might affect you appeared first on MyHome.ie Advice & Blog.


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    The average price of a house in Munster has been revealed. According to the latest MyHome.ie Property Report, in association with Davy, Cork is the most expensive place in the province to buy a home. Where do the five other counties in Munster rank when it comes to buy a home though and what can…

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    MyHome.ie announces new procedures to tackle discriminatory property advertisements Leading property website MyHome.ie has announced the introduction of new procedures to review property advertisements which have the potential to breach equality legislation. Following engagement with the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, MyHome.ie has developed practical methods to identify, monitor and block discriminatory advertising on…

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    Renters are increasingly being asked to pay two months’ deposit when renting from the country’s biggest private landlord. That’s according to a report in today’s Irish Times, which says that Irish Residential Properties Reit (Ires Reit) are adding to the growing financial pressure on people looking to rent in the private sector. Ires Reit owns…

    The post Renters being asked to pay two months’ deposit more and more frequently appeared first on MyHome.ie Advice & Blog.


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    Most of us dream of buying our own home but dreaming about it and turning that dream into a reality can be two separate things. Working out what you want to buy is one thing but financing it is quite another. If you want to buy a property, chances are you will need a mortgage…

    The post Mortgages Simplified – Everything You Need To Know to Secure A Mortgage in Ireland appeared first on MyHome.ie Advice & Blog.


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    The level of residential construction has increased by 36% year-on-year. That’s according to new figures released today by Geo Directory. A total of 5,966 buildings were classified as being under construction in the GeoDirectory database in June 2017, compared with the June 2016 figure of 4,375. Dublin continues to account for the bulk of new…

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