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Prices will keep rising while impediments remain - IPAV

House prices will continue to rise until supply improves dramatically, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers has stated.

Housing shortage the result of decade of underinvestment - CIF

The housing shortage currently being experienced across Ireland is the result of a decade of underinvestment, according to the Construction Industry Federation (CIF).

Households wasting money on mortgage protection policies - Clear Financial

More than half (54 per cent) of mortgage holders have not repriced their mortgage protection cover in the last three years, according to findings from a recent survey of 1,000 adults by financial services firm, Clear Financial.

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?

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.

Up to 700,000 households may be financially exposed through long-term rental

Leading life assurance company, Royal London, is urging long-term renters in Westmeath to consider the implications of the breadwinner becoming ill or passing away and leaving their family unable to maintain rental payments, if they do not have adequate protection in place.

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).

FLAC reaction to court review of insolvency arrangements

Legal rights group FLAC (Free Legal Advice Centres) say new provisions for independent oversight of personal insolvency arrangements are a welcome first step towards adjusting the imbalance between those who are in serious mortgage debt and their creditors.

Budget 2016 is economically positive, but does not go far enough for the construction sector

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) are broadly supportive of Budget 2016 announced on Tuesday, which sets Ireland on a positive path for economic growth and recovery.

Average three-bedroom home in Westmeath increases to €125,000

The price of an average three-bedroom semi-detached house in Westmeath has risen by 2.04 per cent to €125,000 in the second quarter of 2015, according to a national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance.

 

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