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On a war footing: How the biggest parties want to tackle the housing crisis (Sean Keyes, The Currency)

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7 thoughts on “Take A Chair

  1. Cian

    Rent increases are too high in Dublin (and Ireland) but this in not accurate:

    1. this ignores the fact that rental prices dropped by 25% from 2007 to a low of 2010 (so are starting at the lowest price in 2010)
    2. the “100%” number quoted is suspect. The number from PRTB is 75% (Q3 2010 to Q3 2019)
    3. If you look at 2007 through 2019 the difference is ‘only’ 31%

    https://onestopshop.rtb.ie/news/q3-2018-rent-index

    1. $hifty

      Get outta here with your facts and verifiable information…….rabble rabble…..landlords bad…….

      Accusations of being a Blueshirt in 3…….2…….

      1. realPolithicks

        Lol, well done scottser 75% is SO MUCH BETTER. The bang of desperation from cian and his fellows on BS is sweet.

      2. Brother Barnabas

        Nobody’s saying the job is done. We can and will do better. What we are saying though is that we’re making progress and moving in the right direction. From 100% to 75%, we’ve effectively cut rents by 25%. That’s more money in families’ pockets.

      3. Cian

        I literally say that the rents were too high. It’s not okay.
        But the 100% figure is incorrect and misleading.

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