Old cottage in need of repair selling with c.7 acres
Seven acres tho.
Mullaghbawn, Drumkeeran, Co. Leitrim (Daft)
Ah but you’d miss the craic.
All the same.
Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien
Meanwhile, under the Shared Equity Loan scheme planned by Minister for Housing Daragh O’Brien allocates €75m to offer equity loans of up to 30% on new-build homes under €400,000. The scheme will have no salary cap and will be aimed at allowing younger people purchase their first homes.
Social Democrats Housing spokesperson Cian O’Callaghan TD said:
“It is crucially important that the Government drops its plan for shared equity loans which will further inflate house prices. It would be grossly irresponsible if the Government proceeds with its plan to add fuel to the fire when it comes to house prices.
“There are already a number of factors pushing up house prices during the pandemic – these include reduced supply, an overall increase in household savings and favourable tax treatment of REITs [Real estate investment trusts] , which is pushing up the prices of apartments in particular and pushing out first time buyers.
“I’m calling on the Minister for Housing to drop his proposals for shared equity loans from the Affordable Housing Bill. We need measures that will increase the supply of affordable homes – not measures that will further increase demand and house prices.”
Here we go again. Look at the price, look at the condition. Shameless and possibly illegal…
Clanbrassil Street Upper, Dublin 8 (Daft)
Asking prices for houses that were for sale here in May rose by an average of 3.7%, regaining the 5.5% of lost ground in April, according to new data released by property website Daft.ie.
In the Leinster counties, asking prices remain 2.1% above levels seen 12 months ago.
In contrast, average listed prices in Munster during May were 5.7% lower than a year ago.
When it comes to the availability of homes, there were 22% fewer homes for sale at the start of June across the country than at the same time in 2019.
But the rental market saw a slight increase of 6% in the number of properties available in May.
House asking prices rebound after falling in April – Daft.ie (RTÉ)
Holy God! The bath in the kitchen!
Kildare Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12 (Daft)
Paulie Doyle tweetz:
840 quid a month to live in a hallway in Santry with a ‘Live, Laugh, Love’ phrase painted on the wall…
Coultry Road, Santry, Dublin 9 (Daft)
Dublin Rental Watch tweetz:
For €1,450pm Dublin Homes Auctioneers offer an own door ‘1/2 bed annexe’! No evidence of a fixed heating appliance, no bathroom heat source, no oven. Brass Monkeys or Brass Neck?
Collins Avenue, Dublin 9 (Daft)
€1,150 Per month
Victoria Street, Portobello, Dublin 8 (Daft)
€1,200 Per month
Hatch Street Lower, Dublin 2 (Daft)
Seeing this a lot on Daft now. Yes, it’s a bed in a kitchen..You can cook the bacon before you get up. No, they are not bedside lockers. This. Is. Your. Life.