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Is State Intervention In The Housing Market Really Easing The Crisis?

The Government’s latest housing bill proposes policies that would reserve 50% of future housing...

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16.17 25 May 2021


Is State Intervention In The Housing Market Really Easing The Crisis?


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16.17 25 May 2021


The Government’s latest housing bill proposes policies that would reserve 50% of future housing estates for first-time buyers and prohibit bulk buying by cuckoo funds.  But is state intervention in the housing market really easing the crisis or is it, infact, making matters worse?  To debate this we heard from Karl Deeter  Founder of Onlineapplication.io and a financial adviser / analyst Yes.ie and Rory Hearne, Author of Housing shock; the Irish Housing Crisis and how to solve it and Lecturer in Social Policy at Maynooth University.

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