The number of people buying rather than renting has fallen to a near 50-year low – by Fiona Reddan Irish Times On the topic of CSO March house price figures Interview with IPAV CEO with Galway Bay FM State ‘not learning lesson’ from economic crash – Irish Examiner On the topic of CSO March house price figures Interview with IPAV CEO with Newstalk Drivetime Housing prices set to rise due to lack of homes, claims IPAV – Rebuilding Initiatives still wait for the cost analysis - The Sunday Times (see download below)The West's Awake House Prices Leapt Up By 18% in 2016 - The Daily Mail West sees fastest rate of house price growth – Irish Examiner Property or a pension: where can you get a better return?
– The Irish Times Rural action plan boosts towns - but fast broadband is needed urgently – Donegal Now - RTE Six one TV News - IPAV’s Eamon O’Flaherty interviewed - How much is your House worth in 2017?
The newspaper’s editor Tim Vaughan tweeted this morning that the column has now been suspended.
However, in an unprecedented twist, management has not been able to contact the journalist since the claims against him were made on Wednesday.
It all depends on who you are – Sunday Independent / Business Personal Finance Mortgage lending rules may not be changed in upcoming review - The Irish Times - Dublin house prices fall for fourth month in a row - The Irish Times / Business Houses in Dublin are desirable and yet nobody seems able to buy them – The Irish Independent / Opinion Comment Apartment prices rise as investors swoop in – Irish Independent – Commuter Belt Spreading Well Into Midlands - IPAV CEO - Midlands103- Property prices up 8% in last 12 months, figures show - Irish Independent - Central Bank accused of 'deliberately promoting renting over ownership' - Irish Independent / Business - Auctioneers using drones to give buyers a bird’s-eye view – Irish Examiner - Real Deal: IPAV proposes funding scheme to tackle crisis – Sunday Independent / Life Home - All to play for: the dust from the general election is still settling – Sunday Business Post - Time to help those who can’t buy, rent or build - The Sunday Business Post - IPAV Calls for postponement of DPS - Insights - Calls for cash deals to get elderly 'empty nesters' out of large homes, 26,000 houses could be freed up if ‘empty nesters’ moved - Irish Independent / Business Property & Mortgages - RTE Drivetime - Brian Finn covers IPAV’s press release on the business news.
Click link for coverage at 1.12.20 - Time to help those who can’t buy, rent or build - The Sunday Business Post - Focus on Flooding: Rising tide - Irish Independent/Life/Home-garden - Anyone know who 'approves' of new lending regulations?
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Of all the territories that have been occupied and dominated by the British colonial enterprise, she says, “Ireland has been the one longest occupied and at the same time doesn’t want to really deal with it directly somehow, which is not really the case in Africa.” The responses of 57 artists, from some 2,000 who responded to a call for submissions, will be presented at various locations around Limerick from April 16.
The range of work takes in video, performance art, textiles, painting, archival works and more.
There are many works in the direction of language, particularly in the context of Ireland losing Irish and trying to regain it.
HOT PROPERTY Property prices in Ireland surged in the south and west by nearly 20 per cent over the last year– The Sun House prices jump by almost 12% in the year to May – The Irish Times House price growth nears 20% in parts of south and west - Irish Independent House price growth nears 20% in parts of south and west – Belfast Telegraph IPAV's YPN Golf Classic & IPAV's 46th AGM & Annual Conference Coverage - The Irish Examiner (download below)Today FM Matt Cooper Show interview on Japanese knotweed with IPAV CEO Pat Davitt & Eamon Ryan of the Green Party - Today FM Brian Dempsey appointed president of IPAV - Irish Times DNG Stillorgan’s Dempsey lands IPAV role -Dublin Gazette (download below)Rampant Japanese knotweed undermining house values and a hidden cost to buyers - Irish Times Newstalk Drive Debate on the Help-to-Buy scheme with IPAV CEO Pat Davitt and Conall Mac Coille of Davy - (The interview comes commences after the news, political update , court case and ads at about 5.15pm)IPAV CEO discusses Help-To-Buy Scheme - Midlands Radio103 Why confidence dictates the Irish property market - Irish Independent Help-to-buy scheme to top agenda at auctioneers' AGM – Irish Examiner Help-to-buy scheme to top agenda at auctioneers' AGM – Forestry investors continue to drive marginal land sales - Farm Ireland, Irish Independent Just 0.5% of Irish agricultural land changed hands in 2016 - Agri Land Davitt joins board of TEGo VA - Westmeath Examiner (see download below)'Scramble to buy' if Varadkar pulls the plug on scheme to build more homes – Irish Independent Revealed: Homebuyers race for deals as €20,000 grant faces axe – Irish Independent Property Values up by almost 10% in the year to March - irish Daily Mail (see download below)Prices will keep rising while impediments remain - IPAV - Roscommon Advertiser (see download below)Return of 1,500 emigrants a week boosts property - Sunday Independent House figures row deepens as Census shows stock up 8K - Irish Daily Mail (see download below)Average House Prices Increase by 11% According To Latest CSO Figures – Kildare Nationalist 'The landlord wanted couples only' - Estate agent has to pay €3,000 after discriminating against woman – Irish Independent Housing crisis deepens as prices rise 11pc with no slowdown in sight - Irish Independent Bought for €135k in 2015..back on sale for half a million - Irish Daily Mail (see below download)Market Watch - The Sunday Times (see download below)Home Economics: answering your property questions – Irish Independent Estate agent ordered to pay man €1.5k over apartment viewing refusal - Irish Indepdendent Home ownership in Dublin falls to record low Central Statistics Office figures show one in four residents of the capital are now – by Fiona Reddan Irish Times Have the Irish given up on owning their own homes?