Tenant (Incremental ) Purchase Scheme 2016 & Fee Simple (Ground Rent)

Sales Scheme Section,

Housing Department

Ph: 01 205 4717 or 01 205 4845

email: tenantpurchase@dlrcoco.ie

As an existing tenant, you may be able to buy your home from us if you meet the criteria.

Please read the attached Tenant Information Handbook issued by the Housing Agency, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)  and the listed under Related Documents before proceeding.

From 1st February 2022, new changes to the Incremental Tenant Purchase Scheme (2016) has reduced the income limit from €15,000 to €12,500 and in the case of a joint application, the minimum number of years in receipt of Social Housing Support has increased from one year to ten years.

The attached form, as listed under related documents, must be completed in full along with the relevant documentation and returned to:

Sales Scheme Section, Housing Department, Level 2 County Hall, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.

We cannot accept incomplete application forms.

Please contact us at 01 205 4845 or 01 205 4717 for queries regarding the following:

• Consent to Sale
• Re-Mortgage
• Transfer/Fee-Simple Applications
• Section 90 Restrictions For Properties Sold Under Previous Schemes
• Fair Deal Scheme

To buy your Ground Rent please complete the 'Fee Simple' application form  and attach a copy of the Folio.

Related Documents
Tenant Purchase Application Form
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Tenant Purchase Application Form - Irish
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Tenant Purchase Criteria and Not for Sale
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Frequently Asked Questions - Incremental Tenant Purchase Scheme
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Tenant Information Handbook 2022
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Tenant Information Handbook - Irish
327.98 KB
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Fee Simple (Ground Rent) Application Form (2016)
56.57 KB
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