Monthly Archives October 2018

Proposed changes for Short-term Lettings

In order to ensure that entire dwellings that could be used for long-term rental accommodation are not lost to the rental market in favour of short-term letting, but seeking to facilitate the continued use of rooms within a person’s own home (known as “homesharing”) for short-term tourism letting or the short-term rental of an entire home for a limited number of days (90 days), the following changes to the planning code are being proposed:   From 1 June 2019, it will no longer be possible to rely on exempted development provisions to let, under short-term letting arrangements, a house or
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Accounts & Membership Administrator required to join the IPOA Team. Duties: Customer Service Data Management Accounts Events Support Office Administration Skills & Qualities: Strong customer service skills Highly proactive with excellent communication and organisational skills Strong attention to detail Good Excel skills Ability to work to deadlines Must have: Basic Accounts – SAGE/ Quick Books Experience 1-year Administration Experience Desirable: Interest/Experience in Property   Contact Marion @  marion@ord.ie for further information
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Budget 2019 – A positive ‘small step’ for Landlords

“In the rental sector, Mr Donohoe is bringing forward the full removal of the restriction on the amount of interest that may be deducted by landlords in respect of loans used to purchase, improve or repair their residential property. The rate was due to be 100 per cent by 2021 but will now be effective from 1 January 2019.” The national representative body for private landlords, the Irish Property Owners Association (IPOA) have cautiously welcomed Budget 2019. In a message to members shortly after the details were announced, IPOA Chairman, Stephen Faughnan, said that the restoration of mortgage interest relief to
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