Top Tips for a First Time or Accidental Landlord in Ireland

1. Self-Manage or Letting Agent? Are you going to manage the property yourself or use a letting agent/property manager/ digital solution? This will depend on your own circumstances and capabilities, do you have the time to dedicate to managing your property, are you confident that you are competent to do this? Do you have a […]

Registering your Tenancy

Registering Your Tenancy  As a landlord there are so many do’s and don’t of renting your property, so many regulations to adhere to and rules to follow. Whether you have to register your premises is a burning question that a lot of landlords want to know? Is it a legal requirement? Let us help you […]

Current Rental Climate amid Covid

The emergence of COVID-19 has had a tremendous international impact on businesses due to forced-closings and operation restrictions, leaving it unclear as to what the best methods are moving forward. As markets slowly begin to recuperate from fall-outs and lost funds, sectors in Ireland are starting to see eased restrictions as confirmed Coronavirus cases remain […]

Student Rentals: Simplifying Property Management

STUDENT ACCOMMODATION – GOING DIGITAL Choosing what university to attend can be a daunting task for students; from deciding what topic to study, to finding what school suits them and their personal or professional goals. If those stressors are paired with the many moving-parts of finding suitable accommodation, the burden can feel overwhelming. MyFairShare is […]

Navigating Covid-19

Navigating COVID-19 As the world faces uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, MyFairShare is working to continuously provide stability and peace of mind regarding your rental and living needs. The World Health Organisation declared the spread of coronavirus as a pandemic – meaning the worldwide spread of a new disease. To “flatten the curve” and prevent more people […]

The Improved Life of a Landlord

The Improved Life of a Landlord According to an article by the Irish Examiner, the number of landlords in Ireland with multiple properties increased last year for the first time since 2015. This means that there are now 178,000 individuals or entities registered as owning two or more residential properties. Nevertheless, an increase in landlords does […]