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21-01-2020, 12:57   #16
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is that 3.5 include shift and oncall payments?

I have nothing of the sort - it's a fixed annual, and that's it. In fairness, I have no idea about how they consider the "variable" part of the salary for people who have overtime, on-call etc.
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21-01-2020, 13:16   #17
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You can buy a small house in dublin 1 or 2 ,city centre area, for 200-250k,
certainly a small house with 2 bedrooms.

https://www.daft.ie/dublin-city/prop...Bmxp%5D=250000
https://www.daft.ie/dublin/houses-fo...ublin-2372697/
banks look at wages ,savings. Have you 20 per cent deposit.
I think they just ignore overtime income as that could change in a year,s time.
its not an exact no.they lend 3 to 3.5 times your salary.
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Id love to replace the blinds and the couch but my issue is id have to leave them in the appartment when im leaving. Whats currently there isnt worth F all
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Id love to replace the blinds and the couch but my issue is id have to leave them in the appartment when im leaving. Whats currently there isnt worth F all
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21-01-2020, 13:48   #20
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Quick look in Waterford and you could have something like this https://www.myhome.ie/residential/br...erford/4348077 for €85,000. Then you could do what you like, but if you are happy renting then just pay out and get yourself a few nice bits (ok with landlord first). there are some nice FREE sofas on Adverts if you don't want spend, blinds aren't that expensive either. But based on your take home pay you'd be crazy not to try save and buy your own place.
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21-01-2020, 14:03   #21
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You can buy a large 3 bed house in waterford with a garden and parking space for less than the price of a small 1 bed apartment in dublin.
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Id love to replace the blinds and the couch but my issue is id have to leave them in the appartment when im leaving. Whats currently there isnt worth F all
Tell the landlord to replace them they are broken due to normal wear and tear. As I said you could buy your own and take them with you. Blinds you can't but they are pretty cheap.

Talk to the landlord. I would remove the sofa for you let you buy your own which you could take with you. Did it before and then bought the sofa of them when they left as they didn't want it and I needed one. Less likely to up rent if no costs in a year. Won't hurt to ask
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