A bruised market readies itself for 2021
By and large, the property sector managed to withstand the ordeal that was 2020, but the new year will bring plenty of challenges of its own
If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that there’s no such thing as a sure thing. As aphorisms go, that one is especially true when it comes to real estate. It’s a market wholly influenced by government policies, economic factors and global events often well outside the sector’s control, not least a historic, global pandemic such as Covid-19.
Precisely 12 months ago, the outlook for 2020 was optimistic following...
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MUD Act: bringing home owners together for the common good
The Multi-Unit Developments Act, which regulates the ownership and management of the common areas of multi-unit developments, is ten years old. We examine its efficiency in terms of apartment management and explains its functions
Diarmuid Gavin teams up with Electric Ireland to help homes go green
The garden designer and the utility company will show how smart meters can save electricity – and money – as we move toward a more sustainable way of life
Hotel sector looks to bed down for a brighter future
An upturn in regional hotel bookings and the likelihood that Dublin hotels should be able to keep their heads above water this year point to a return to pre-pandemic performances within a few years