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Consumers forced to borrow to meet costs of household bills

Consumers are being forced to borrow just to meet the cost of their essential household bills, according to new research from, the independent price comparison and switching service.

Can you get a mortgage in your twenties?

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While plenty of people might argue that ’30 is the new 20’, does that saying reflect in 20-somethings who want a mortgage of their own?

How to start college on the right track

Are you going to college for the first time this year? Here are some helpful tips from St Anthony's & Claddagh Credit Union and St Jarlath's Credit Union to help you on your way.

Extension of mortgage interest relief to 2020 will help hard pressed families – Connolly

Fianna Fáil General Election candidate for Galway West John Connolly has described the party’s proposal to extend mortgage interest relief for owner occupiers to 2020 as a major boost for hard pressed families.

REA calls for national development charge rebate system to ease housing crisis

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The Government needs to impose the proposed local development charge rebate scheme on a nationwide basis in order to ease the current housing supply crisis, according to the Real Estate Alliance (REA).

Steer clear of payday loans, says local credit union

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Castlebar Credit Union has launched a new campaign to promote more sustainable loans and personal finance arrangements in a bid to help people steer clear of moneylenders and payday loans.

Sweet deals on student loans from Castlebar Credit Union

Going to college is an exciting time but it can also be very stressful for both students and parents alike. The increase in the third level registration fees combined with the very significant day to day costs of going to college are forcing many to borrow in order to meet these costs, according to Castlebar Credit Union.

Castlebar Credit Union can get you motoring in 2013

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Six acres of scrubland for Anglo, High Court rules

ANGLO IRISH Bank secured an order for possession this week at the High Court for six acres of scrubland in Co Galway used to secure loans totalling more than €2.1 million.

Local, loyal, and lending

Recent reports in the national media suggest that some credit unions may no longer be in a position to lend to their members due to restrictions imposed on them by the Central Bank. While certain credit unions may find themselves in the unenviable position of having to say no to members seeking loans either because the credit union has reached their monthly quota or the amount sought is above the lending discretion of the credit union, this is certainly not the case for Athlone Credit Union Limited , who are very much open for business.


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