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# Rental Sector

This year
How a boardroom war could decide the fate of 3,700 Dublin apartments
Last year
Cost of new rents shot up at end of last year, with Co Longford hardest hit
Government wants public's view on what a 'fully functioning' rental sector should look like
Census 2022: New stats show how much average rents have risen in the private sector since 2016
Irish Government ‘will move heaven and earth’ for older renters facing eviction, says minister
'We have turned a corner': Pre-budget tax breaks for renters and landlords dismissed by Tánaiste
Extending eviction ban would reduce number of rental properties even more, says O'Brien
Varadkar defends ending eviction ban as Opposition TDs slam 'heartless' decision
Govt to make a call on eviction ban 'shortly', says Taoiseach
All time
€1,000 rent credit just a 'starting point', as housing minister says Govt will look to increase it
People with mental health difficulties struggling to find suitable homes in rental sector
Report on increasing HAP rates released soon as pressure mounts on government over homelessness
'I won't be bullied by you': O'Brien and Doherty clash over State subsidy scheme for developers
Martin says rents need to be controlled, but won't commit to a rent freeze if in power
A survey of Ireland's rental sector is set to get underway
New Bill seeks to limit Airbnb rentals to six weeks per year
Tenancies board to investigate how rents can be brought under control
Column: Ireland's residential rental market needs a massive shake-up
Lorcan Sirr and Tom Dunne
Landlords who wrongly keep deposits will face fines
Tenants' problems increasing despite €500m spent on rent supplement