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    Rents fell slightly in final quarter of 2019

    The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) has published the quarterly Rent Index for the October-December period (Q4) of 2019. The national standardised average rent was €1,226 per month, up by 6.4% (€74) from Q4 2018, and quarter-on-quarter rents decreased nationally by -1.2% (€15) in Q4 2019. Following referral from the Housing Agency and the Minister for […] More

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    Video tours section added to

    The weekend is traditionally a time where people browse property. Whether that be driving around their area of interest or attending open viewings, this period can be a big part in the lifecycle of a house hunter. Unfortunately the current restrictions in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19 has meant that all open viewings […] More

  • in Webinar: The impact of Covid-19 on the property market has been working hard in recent weeks to help estate agents through the unprecedented situation they find themselves in as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this Webinar, Managing Director Angela Keegan and Head of Product John Callan discuss what the company has been doing to assist agents and users. They also give […] More

  • in to cut agents’ listing subscription fees by 50%

    Fee cut to be backdated to March 1st Initiative to last four months ‘We recognise that property agents have been enormously impacted by the Covid-19 crisis’ has today announced that it will cut its listing subscription fees for property agents by 50% in light of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. This fee cut will be […] More

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    Dublin house sales fell by 1.5% last year

    New analysis of Property Price Register for 2019 shows signs of slowdown in Dublin Main Findings: Overall sales dip by 1.5% Dublin 11 and 20 see greatest jump in number of sales – with increases of over 40% Significant growth in Dublin 12 and 5 Dublin 13 and 6 see largest falls in sales volume […] More