Sunday 19 November 2017

How bad bank's poisoned chalice turned into a pot of gold

Donal O'Donovan

Donal O'Donovan

THE days of leaving rent on the mantlepiece for the landlord's visit are largely in the past, but the Irish rental market remains small scale and largely amateur.

Over the past three years NAMA has been shaking things up, but given its deadline to shut up shop in 2020, that can only ever be a short-term thing.

However, the idea of a sell-off of the massive stock of apartments as a business opportunity does have the potential to radically alter the way Irish people think about renting homes.

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