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Experts at MyMortgages.ie say market developments are signalling an impending explosion in the fixed rate mortgage market in Ireland. KBC is the latest to slash its rates to five year fixed rate to 2.8 percent with Ulster Bank offering a 2.3 percent two year fixed rate and a 3.25 percent fixed rate for seven years. PTSB have also recently dropped its fixed rates to 3.7 percent for existing customers. According to the mortgage brokers, these cuts signal real savings for mortgage holders.
Responding to the recent Banking and Payments Federation Ireland mortgage drawdowns for the second quarter of 2018, Brokers Ireland have stated that the standout figure is a 95.5 percent year-on-year increase in the volume of re-mortgaging/switching, indicating that Irish consumers are getting the message there is value to be had in switching.
Most Galwegians have read the numerous media reports documenting what has become known as the tracker mortgage scandal, and people who believe they been affected by the tracker mortgage scandal may be entitled to seek redress and compensation* against their bank.
Most of us have read the numerous media reports documenting what has become known as the tracker mortgage scandal.
Travel around the 26 counties and in the cities, towns, and even villages, and you will come across mature, pristine, housing estates which resemble Shantalla and Old Mervue. These houses were built back in the days when our Republic was poor.
The GMIT School of Business will host a public lecture by Ireland’s representative on the European Court of Auditors, Kevin Cardiff, in the Galway campus on Monday next, November 13, 11am to 12 noon.
APP Kirrane auctioneering provides valuations for probate, executor sales, transfer, CGT, CPO, stamp duty, mortgages (commercial and residential), company accounts, the Fair Deal scheme, and negotiations with lenders and vulture funds.
So where were you, the historic day the great Seánie Fitzpatrick walked scot-free from court? Coincidentally Insider was in the public gallery of an Irish district court, to see, via video link from prison, an array of petty offenders being further remanded in custody.
Insider thought she lived on an island called Ireland and in a state called the Republic of Ireland. However, Insider recently realised she is wrong. According to The Marian Finucane Show, His Excellency John Bruton, and sundry officially sanctioned happenings - from Enda Kenny's Brexit gas-passing shop to events celebrating Irish classical composers - Insider now realises she in fact lives on an island called Island.
The most amusing observation concerning February's General Election results came from a satirical website. It ran a shock headline claiming health officials were deeply worried about a sharp rise in Alzheimer’s among the Irish population, as indicated by the doubling of support for Fianna Fáil.