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Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011: A quick summary for Owners and Developers

Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011: A quick summary for Owners and Developers

Summary on the Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011, detailing the obligations of developers and owners, the function of management companies, financial requirements, and dispute resolution in multi-unit properties in Ireland.

Kelly Bradshaw Dalton writes on Sinking Funds in Multi Unit Developments: Requirements of The MUD Act, 2011

Kelly Bradshaw Dalton writes on Sinking Funds in Multi Unit Developments: Requirements of The MUD Act, 2011

Explore the critical role of Sinking Funds under the Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011 (MUD Act) in Ireland. Learn how these funds ensure the sustainable management and maintenance of communal living spaces, the legal obligations for Owners’ Management Companies, best practices for financial planning, and strategies for overcoming common challenges in maintaining Multi-Unit Developments.

Kelly Bradshaw Dalton’s Guide to the Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011: Empowering Communities and Ensuring Fair Management

Kelly Bradshaw Dalton’s Guide to the Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011: Empowering Communities and Ensuring Fair Management

Explore the key features of the Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011, including establishment of Owners’ Management Companies (OMCs), developer obligations, voting rights, service charges, and dispute resolution. This comprehensive guide sheds light on the responsibilities and protections for communities in multi-unit properties, ensuring fair management and cohesive community living.

New ESRI Study Reveals Sitting Tenants Pay Significantly Less Than New Tenants

New ESRI Study Reveals Sitting Tenants Pay Significantly Less Than New Tenants

Discover key insights from the ESRI study highlighting the rent gap between sitting and new tenants. Explore how property types and regional differences influence these disparities in the Irish rental market.

Residential Property Prices Rise by 2.2% Nationwide in the Past Year, But Dublin Sees a Dip – Kelly Bradshaw Dalton reports on latest figures from CSO

Residential Property Prices Rise by 2.2% Nationwide in the Past Year, But Dublin Sees a Dip – Kelly Bradshaw Dalton reports on latest figures from CSO

Discover the latest trends in Ireland’s property market for June 2023. From Dublin’s surprising decline to the robust growth in regions outside the capital, get a comprehensive overview of the Residential Property Price Index.

Irish Rental Market Trends: Q2 2023 Highlights from the DAFT Report

Irish Rental Market Trends: Q2 2023 Highlights from the DAFT Report

Uncover the latest trends in the Irish rental market for Q2 2023. The DAFT report reveals significant growth disparities between Dublin and nationwide figures, insights on rent increases, and the persistent shortage of rental accommodation. Dive into city-specific data and understand the rental landscape.

Residential Property Price Index Report: Key Findings and Market Trends (2023 Review)

Residential Property Price Index Report: Key Findings and Market Trends (2023 Review)

Discover the latest insights from the Residential Property Price Index (RPPI) report for 2023. Explore key findings, regional variations, and market trends in this comprehensive review by Kelly Bradshaw Dalton estate agents. Gain valuable insights to make informed decisions in the Irish property market.

Rising Interest Rates and Inflation Open New Avenues for Social Housing Charities – Sunday Business Post

Rising Interest Rates and Inflation Open New Avenues for Social Housing Charities – Sunday Business Post

As rising interest rates and inflation curb private investments in the rental market, social housing charities such as Tuath Housing find unexpected opportunities to expand their portfolios. We report on the Sunday Business Post article by Killian Woods which describes the shifting landscape of the housing market and the growth potential for social housing charities.

Stabilisation in Irish Property Market: Insights from MyHome.ie Q2 2023 Report

Stabilisation in Irish Property Market: Insights from MyHome.ie Q2 2023 Report

Explore the key insights from MyHome.ie’s Q2 2023 Property Price Report, highlighting signs of stability in the Irish property market, the impact of ECB rate hikes, the surge in housing starts, and the critical supply-demand dynamics.