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πŸ—“ May 2022


Pat Davitt: Law Society’s opposition to conveyancing bill is misguided - Business Post; 15th May 2022
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πŸ—“ April 2022


Nine and 6.01 News - RTE; 11th April 2022;
IPAV CEP Pat Davitt interviewed available at the following link: Vacant properties could be used to house Ukrainian refugees

Virgin Media TV News; 11th April 2022
Relevant clip with Dara Calleary TD referencing the commentary by IPAV CEO begins at 21:50 on the following link

Steady flow of arrivals fleeing Ukrainian war forces creative thinking on accommodation - Business Post; 10th April 2022
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πŸ—“ March 2022


Why are private landlords selling up despite record rents? Pat Davidd - The Irish Times, 29nd March 2022
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Auctioneers and engineers to vet accommodation pledged to Red Cross – Irish Examiner, 23nd March 2022
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Pensioners housing war refugees ‘will have welfare payments safeguarded’ – Irish Indo, 22nd March 2022
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RTE Drivetime 16th March 2022.
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πŸ—“ February 2022


Revealed: County by county rent increases with fewer than 1,400 properties available – Irish Examiner, 9th February 2022
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Rents increase sharply as number of properties available falls - The Irish Times, 9th February 2022
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Rental inflation reached its highest level in four years due to acute shortage of homes on the market - Irish Independent, 9th February 2022
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Land prices went up by 10pc in 2021, IPAV survey reveals – Farming Independent, 8th February 2022
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Two bedroom apartments are Limerick’s best sellers – Limerick Post, 7th February 2022
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Price of three-bed house in Limerick rose by nearly 5% last year – Limerick Leader, 7th February 2022
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Wexford house prices rising faster than anywhere else in the country – Wexford People, 7th February 2022
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Longford presents best value in the country for residential property – Longford Leader, 7th February 2022
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Above average house price growth in Cavan – IPAV – Anglo Celt, 7th February 2022
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Leitrim is not the cheapest county to buy a house anymore – Leitrim Observer, 6th February 2022
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Residential property prices up 5.6% in 2nd half of 2021: auctioneers - RTE, 6th February 2022
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Donegal house prices up over 10% in last six months of 2021 – Highland Radio, 6th February 2022
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House prices ‘very close’ to Celtic Tiger levels after 12% rise, report says – The Irish Times, 6th February 2022
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IPAV house price study confirms growing appeal of country – Westmeath Independent, 6th February 2022
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Chain reaction: house prices up €30k as buyers, sellers struggle – Sunday Indo, 6th February 2022
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πŸ—“ January 2022


Land prices rose by around 10% in 2021, IPAV says - Ireland's National Public Service Media, 31 January 2022
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IPAV: Land prices increased by around 10% in 2021 - Agriland, 31 January 2022
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πŸ—“ December 2021


House supply may be better than figures suggest says IPAV chief Pat Davitt - Independent Westmeath, 29 December 2021
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Crisis of supply in housing laid bare by stark new figures - Irish Examiner, 29 December 2021
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Housing prices rose almost 8% in 2021, Daft finds - The Irish Times, 29 December 2021
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House price inflation is ‘stubbornly high’ amid supply shortage - Irish Independent, 29 December 2021
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Auctioneers say drop in houses for sale 'not as dramatic' as Daft report suggests - The Nationalist, 29 December 2021
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πŸ—“ November 2021 


New legislation on conveyancing set to finally crack snail paced home sales - Indipendent.ie, 26 November 2021
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Fit for a king: the most expensive houses sold in each county - 20 November 2021
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Limerick on the rise: Treaty City's 'can do' attitude - Irish Examiner, 20 November 2021
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'Exceptional' growth in house prices signals 'a bumby ride' for homebuyers - Irish Examiner, 16 November 2021
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Rents peak as supply slides - Daily Mail (Ireland), 10 November 2021
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πŸ—“ October 2021 


IPAV working with Oireachtas committee on property market reform - The Irish Times, 7 October 2021
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Experts advice shop early for Christmas and don't delay in ordering home heating oil - Indipendent.ie, 3 October 2021
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Estate agents accused of 'slap in the face' to renters with ads for investment properties that are not subject to rent cap limits - Indipendent.ie, 1 October 2021
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Pat Davitt, IPAV CEO, & Dr. Rory Hearne, Assistant Professor of Social Policy in Maynooth University on 'rogue landlords' - RTE, 1 October 2021
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Regulators says it will go after rogue landlords in breach of rent-cap rules - Indipendent.ie, 1 October 2021
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 πŸ—“ September 2021


Property prices set to soar by 12 pc for first time since the crash - Indipendent.ie, 5 September 2021
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House prices could rise by over 12% by year-end, survey shows - The Irish Times, 5 September 2021
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Pat Davitt, IPAV CEO, on the weekly property price price barometer - Virgin Media News, 5 September 2021
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Can the Government achieve targets in new housing plan? - RTE, 3 September 2021
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Housing for All plan: Taoiseach wants to ‘end homelessness’ by 2030 - The Irish Times, 2 September 2021
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How the homes will be built: The private sector, state funding, and a judicial review overhaul - Irish Examiner, 2 September 2021
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 πŸ—“ August 2021


CIB Rental Barometer Remarkably more rental contracts (+24%) concluded in spring 2021 compared to corona year 2020 ”Average price of apartments rounds the cape of €750” (CIB-Huurbarometer Opvallend meer huurcontracten (+24%) afgesloten in voorjaar 2021 tegenover coronajaar 2020 ”Gemiddelde prijs appartementen rondt kaap van €750”) - CIB, August 2021
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Home ownership being blocked by mortgage rules, industry group claims - The Irish Times, 24 August 2021
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The importance of outdoor space increases also in the rental market (Buitenruimte neemt ook op huurmarkt aan belang toe) - De Tijd, 11 August 2021
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Renting an apartment costs on average more than 750,00 euro (Appartement huren kost gemiddeld ruim 750 euro) - De Tijd, 11 August 2021
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Paying a mortgage now cheaper than renting in all but two areas of country - The Irish Times, 10 August 2021
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‘Perfect storm’ as no end to rising property prices - Independent.ie, 12 August 2021
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 πŸ—“ July 2021

Pandemic may have fuelled higher rent increases outside Dublin - The Irish Times, 14 July 2021
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Housing supply squeeze will lead to 6% price rise – estate agents - The Irish Times, 12 July 2021
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 πŸ—“ June 2021

Asking prices for houses rising at much faster rate outside Dublin - RTE, 28 June 2021
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Munster housebuyers paying 20% more for a property than a year ago - Irish Examiner, 28 June 2021
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Covid-driven trends to be taken with pinch of salt - Irish Examiner, 20 June 2021
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New world view of location, location, location - Irish Examiner, 21 June 2021
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Property agency faces backlash after asking buyers for proof of funds to view properties - Irish Examiner, 16 June 2021
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 πŸ—“ April 2021

ESG: Now it’s Serious! New benchmarks. The EU taxonomy is a classification system for sustainable real estate and an instrument that helps investors, companies and project promoters to implement the mandatory requirements of the Paris Agreement. An overview. (Mr Georg Flödl, ÖVI President interview at p. 160).
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