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# Housing

Last year
2023
Extending eviction ban would reduce number of rental properties even more, says O'Brien
Government to fund 405 beds for disadvantaged students in DCU
Landlords selling property will have to give tenant option to buy under new scheme
Varadkar defends ending eviction ban as Opposition TDs slam 'heartless' decision
Coalition leaders agree to lift eviction ban as planned on 31 March
Analysis: Is Holly Cairns correct about her generation being worse off than their parents?
Ciarán Casey
Poll: Do you think the eviction ban should be extended?
€20m signed off on for refugee accommodation plans, with commercial properties being considered
AirBnb claims 'everyday families' rent out their homes for much-needed income
Government's mind is still not made up on whether to extend the eviction ban
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
'Rookie error': Evictions ban proposal progresses as junior minister forgets to oppose bill
'The situation is getting worse and worse': PBP warn of homeless spike if eviction ban lapses
Ireland should follow Denmark and require vacant properties to be rented out, Varadkar advised
Property prices continue to rise but rate of increase is slowing
Landlords should get tax breaks in return for longer tenancies, Taoiseach advised
Refugees from 'safe' countries must have their cases heard fairly, says immigration lawyer
Minister indicates targeted and universal cost-of-living measures on the cards as talks intensify
Government-backed mortgage offers are set to get bigger from March
McGrath: 'Plea for large buildings to house refugees reflects the strain the system is under'
Govt to make a call on eviction ban 'shortly', says Taoiseach
'Exceptionally high volume' of calls to RTB leading to backlog on queries about renters' credit
Ireland had the highest number of mortgage drawdowns last year since 2008
Business group Ibec warns housing crisis is 'critical barrier to growth and business investment'
26 additional asylum seekers unable to be accommodated by State
Homelessness record broken again as 11,632 people in emergency accommodation in December
Initial social housing targets not met as Housing Department revises new builds to approx 7,500
Over 28,700 units of large developments are awaiting An Bord Pleanála permission
FactCheck: Did the state build more social housing in 2022 than ever before, as Taoiseach claimed?
CityWest refugee centre to close to new arrivals 'in a matter of days', says O'Gorman
New scheme to repair Celtic Tiger-era defective apartments set to cost up to €2.5 billion
Threshold says 40% of tenancy terminations for property sale were invalid in last quarter of 2022
Difficult to rule out future use of tents for asylum seekers, says junior Minister
Value of mortgages increase by 16.8% in 12 months: banking lobby report
There were just 41 properties available to rent for people accessing HAP last month
Property questions take out another minister but this resignation is different to the Troy saga
Landlord tax breaks 'not off the table' as judgement call to be made before end of March
Minister to assess how co-living developments can be brought under rent legislation
Housing targets expected to be revised upwards as Govt considers buying up apartments