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# renters

Last month
April 2024
Poll: Are you a renter?
This year
High rents, evictions, poor conditions: Growing number of older people with housing difficulties
Last year
Government aims for new short-term let rules to be up and running by summer 2024
People who rent are now paying over €3,500 more per annum than mortgage holders
FactCheck: Have 40,000 landlords really left Ireland's rental market in the past five years?
Landlords selling up will have to give tenant option to buy as delayed legislation goes to Cabinet
Housing Minister: Report of two properties acquired under Govt scheme 'doesn't tell full story'
FactCheck: Is the Government giving landlords twice as much as renters in Budget 2024?
Scammers targeting renters in arrears 'preying on the most vulnerable'
Housing Minister says change in how landlords are taxed is 'urgent' and 'crucial'
Tax breaks for landlords to be examined in Budget alongside renters’ tax credit, says minister
Housing Minister says he wants to see renters' tax credit increased in Budget
Dublin families face homelessness after no-fault eviction notices from €6bn real estate group
Number of pensioners renting from private landlords has doubled since 2011
Cabinet signs off on cost-rental income ceiling increase for renters
Is there a market for apartments for sale or rent with no kitchen or wardrobes? Govt told to find out
Opposition TDs believe 'increasing' number of tenants will resist eviction over coming weeks
Government still deciding on extending eviction ban for fear of 'making matters worse'
'Demonised' landlords should get tax breaks if linked to better renters' rights, says Varadkar
'Exceptionally high volume' of calls to RTB leading to backlog on queries about renters' credit
All time
Threshold answered a call every 20 minutes from private renters facing eviction so far this year
Eviction ban legislation passed by Dáil and Seanad
Mortgage change rules to 'boost purchasing power' of renters
Housing minister welcomes mortgage rule change but concerns raised about house price increases
Explainer: There's a new rent tax credit, how can I avail of it and when will it be paid?
Landlord group 'shocked' at lack of supports as Donohoe says rent freeze won't work
Robert Troy asked housing minister to support landlords seeking to evict tenants during pandemic
Double child benefit payment, welfare hikes and tax changes - here's what to expect in the Budget
Tax breaks for landlords a 'good idea', but renters should get concessions too, says Varadkar
Eviction notice periods to significantly rise for tenancies under three years
Average cost of rent across the country up by over 11% on early 2021
More regulation of short-term lets on the way as charity says renters left with 'no options'
Poll: What's the largest deposit you've been asked to pay while renting?
'I feel constant shame at our situation': Your stories of Ireland's housing crisis
Eoin Ó Broin: The Government has shut down debate on the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill
Eoin Ó Broin
Poll: Should renters be allowed to own pets?
Bill extending security for hard-hit renters due to Covid pandemic signed into law by President Higgins
ESRI says affordability pressures for renters 'likely to worsen'
Rent freeze and eviction ban extended to 1 August
Housing minister says he wants to extend rent freeze and ban on evictions - but not indefinitely