Letting-Agents-Dublin–What-Makes-Them-Different-from-the-Rest

One of the most common mistakes first-time landlords commit is failing to recognise how challenging this job could be. The common notion is that, once they find a tenant, they could just sit-back and relax. This is not true at all! Renting out a property is rarely a plain sailing endeavour. Often, it is time-consuming
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How-Much-Does-It-Cost-to-Sell-a-House-in-Ireland

Selling a house in Ireland is not an expense-free endeavour. There are services and documents you need to get and pay for before you can put your house on the market and close a sale.  What’s the cost of selling a house in Ireland? Home sellers like you may spend anywhere between 1.2% to 4%
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How-to-Let-a-Property-in-Ireland

According to reports, 2019 is going to be generally a good year for the letting industry as demand is expected to remain high. Moreover, supply is still scarce this year. This means fewer competitors and higher chances of finding tenants quickly. So, if you have a rental house in Dublin 6 or anywhere in Ireland,
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How-Can-I-Sell-My-House-Quickly

Finding a buyer immediately is every home seller’s desire, perhaps, next to selling at a good price. If you are putting your home in the market, you certainly want this too. After all, selling a house can be very stressful with all the showings and mini-tasks that go with it. Moreover, the longer your property
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Selling a house is nothing like selling cookies. This endeavour is often complicated, time-consuming and emotionally-taxing. This is why, it is not advisable for homeowners to tackle this project on their own. Experts are needed to ensure that the process goes smoothly from start to finish. So, if you are putting your house on the
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Letting a property in Dublin, Cork or anywhere else in Ireland? If you are, then you should read on to know what to expect about the rental market this 2019. Strong Demand Demand for apartments or rental homes is still going to be high this 2019. In Dublin alone, apartment living grew by as much
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Reports indicate that demand for houses in Ireland will continue to be high this 2019. The stock of new and second-hand homes significantly increased in 2018. This trend is expected to continue this year, but the number of homes available won’t still be enough to meet the demand. For homeowners like you who are planning
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Post an ad and sell the house in a day or two – this is what every home seller wants. Yet, this scenario rarely becomes a reality, especially in Ireland. While a few are fortunate enough to get bought in a day or a week, most houses stay on the market for months. According to
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When buying a house, you are not just purchasing, well, a house. You are also getting a piece of a neighbourhood. You are buying into a community. Many home buyers forget this and solely focus on the house. This often leads to regrets which can be tough since a house is not something you can
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Have you ever experienced going to a shop, buying something you like and later on regretting your purchase? This is not an unusual thing. In fact, it has surely happened to a lot of people (perhaps, not just once even). This is what is called buyer’s remorse. For purchases that do not involve a hefty
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