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Brexit and Budget 2020 on the Horizon

Brexit uncertainty has seemingly paralyzed parts of the UK economy and with the October 31st deadline fast approaching there is no clarity on how the eventual outcome will affect the…

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Daft.ie, Ireland’s Largest Property Listing Site, Ordered to Block Discriminatory Language in Online Ads

The Workplace Relations Commission rules Daft Media Ltd must remove and prevent adverts with discriminatory language on their website. Recently, the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) issued an order calling for…

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David Grin

Private Rented Sector Dominates Investment Property Transactions in the Second Quarter

The private rented sector dominated international investor activity in Dublin – accounting for 55 percent of all property transactions during the second quarter of 2019. According to the newest report…

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Decline in New Home Construction Across Ireland

A surplus of newly constructed houses sitting vacant on the market has led builders to cut back on the construction of homes. Goodbody Stockbrokers housebuilding tracker recorded a dramatic deceleration…

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David Grin examines new short-term letting rules

New Restrictions Target Airbnb Rentals Across Ireland

Irish government introduces new short-term letting rules in an attempt to alleviate the country’s growing rental crisis. New short-term letting regulations recently came into effect nationwide. It is important that…

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Lotus Investment Group has become a leading destination for developers looking for property financing options

Locked out of the Market: Structural Obstacles to Affordable Housing

Restrictions by the Irish Central Bank have proven to be a major obstacle to homeownership for potential homebuyers across the nation. The Central Bank rules are in place to promote…

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David Grin and Lotus Investment Group

Report Indicates 90,000 Apartments Needed in Dublin Over the Next 20 Years

Ireland is expected to need an additional 90,000 apartment units in Dublin alone over the next 20 years to accommodate a booming population. This is according to a recent Sustainable…

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David Grin Coliving

A Contentious Debate over Co-Living Erupts in Ireland

The coliving trend has set off a contentious debate in Ireland demonstrating the growing pressure on the market and the government to provide affordable accommodation solutions that the Irish people…

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David Grin

40% of Social Housing in 2018 Provided by Not-for-Profit Agencies

A recent annual activity report released by the Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) stated that non-for-profit agencies were responsible for almost 40% of social housing delivered across Ireland, with…

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Lotus Investment Group Project in Oldtown

Ireland’s Growing Rental Crisis

Investors, prospective homeowners, and anyone with a vested interest in living in Ireland should take note of the rapid rates of change in the cost of living in Ireland. For…

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