Leading lender AIB is facing a legal challenge over its decision to refuse customers a tracker rate.
Dublin City Council wants more money from the Department of Housing to pay developers for the 10pc of units it is entitled to in pricier parts of the city.
More than 3,000 people have avoided homelessness on the back of the mortgage arrears aid scheme, its annual report has stated.
Sales of €1m-plus properties are on the rise, even as ordinary workers and families struggle to purchase an affordable home.
Banks will have to tell customers if they can make savings on their mortgages under new rules which have just come into effect.
House prices will rise by 4.2pc in the new year – but only if there is a soft Brexit, according to a nationwide survey of estate agents.
HOUSE prices nationally rose by 5.5pc – or €1,000 a month – during 2018, but the level of price increase in Dublin fell dramatically when compared with a year earlier.
Limits on the height of buildings have been abolished in all cities and large towns in a radical redrawing of our planning laws.
Housing charity Threshold received 73,526 calls last year – and a third were from tenants faced with losing their homes.
The IDA has claimed that the rent for a small “one-person apartment” in Dublin is just above €1,000 per month.