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Some light on horizon for local property market

The local property market has “bottomed out” and there appears to be some light at the end of the tunnel.

One hundred and thirty local authority mortgages in arrears in Galway

One hundred and thirty local authority mortgages are in arrears in Galway city, but a new €20 million fund could provide a way of allowing stretched families to stay in their homes.

A good year for Galway’s residential market

This year has proven to be a turning point for the Galway housing market. After six years of falling prices, price inflation has re-emerged most notably in Galway city. The first nine months of 2013 saw the first period of positive annual price growth in the Galway housing market since 2006. Early indications suggest that the Galway city market has grown by more than 10 per cent during 2013. The strength of price growth in Galway city is fuelled by a shortage of supply.

Government must stop banks from ‘hammering’ variable rate customers says Crowe

Variable rate customers across Galway are being “hammered” due to the Government’s failure to stop banks from increasing the interest rates.

Experts urge homeowners to review protection policies

Approximately 95,500 homeowners are now in arrears for their principal home for over 90 days and the majority of these may be potentially under insured on their mortgage protection. This is according to analysis of the latest Central Bank figures by Caledonian Life, who have said that of the 95,500 homeowners who are in arrears for three months, many could be unaware of the need to reflect any changes to their mortgage repayment structure in their protection policies.

New mortgage rules will result in more home repossessions – Calleary

New rules on mortgage arrears will make it easier for banks to repossess family homes, according to Mayo Fianna Fáil Deputy Dara Calleary.

Mayo has fewest drivers with penalty points

According to the report Regional Quality of Life in Ireland, 2013 published by the CSO on Wednesday, Mayo had the fewest drivers with penalty points (13.1 per cent) in Ireland.

FF puts families first in new mortgage proposals – Calleary

Mayo Deputy Dara Calleary has said new proposals on tackling the mortgage crisis published by Fianna Fáil this week will put homeowners back in the driving seat instead of giving all the power to the banks.

FF puts families first in new mortgage proposals – Calleary

Mayo Deputy Dara Calleary has said new proposals on tackling the mortgage crisis published by Fianna Fáil this week will put homeowners back in the driving seat instead of giving all the power to the banks.

New mortgage proposals will favour homeowners, not banks, says Ó Cuív

Newly published proposals on tackling the mortgage crisis will put homeowners “back in the driving seat” instead of giving “all the power to the banks”.

 

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