The eviction ban won't be extended beyond the end of this month.
The Minister for Housing, Darragh O'Brien, is due to bring the proposal to his cabinet colleagues this morning.
Coalition party leaders met last night where they agreed to end the no-fault eviction ban as planned on the 31st of March.
Evictions are expected to return on a phased basis depending on when someone was issued a notice to quit.
That means some affected tenants will be able to stay in their homes until June.
Minister Darragh O'Brien, will also begin developing a budget package for both landlords and tenants with the fine detail to come later in the year.
As part of the plan, every local authority will be given a target to buy properties where tenants are in receipt of a Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) or Rental Accommodation Scheme (RAS) supports, and the landlord wishes to sell the property.
Cabinet ministers will have the final sign-off on the measures this morning but those are the proposals agreed upon by the party leaders.
Opposition parties are expected to be strongly critical of the move with most calling for the eviction ban to be strengthened and extended to the end of the year.