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A new mortgage-switching deal from Ulster Bank and One Big Switch is offering potential significant savings for homeowners.
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.
Getting mortgage approval is not quite as simple as saving a deposit, filling out a form, and being handed a couple of hundred thousand euros, thank you very much.
Huge differences in mortgage rates, and the “lack of fairness for bank customers” on variable rates, is placing “financial and emotional stress” on families across east Galway.
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The property boom seems to be on its way back in Athlone, with the number of properties sold in the last year double that of the previous year. According to the property price register at the end of August, the number of property sales for Athlone has shown a dramatic increase year on year.
Members of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV) received their Recognised European Valuer, or REV Certificate, at a function in the Institute of Technology, Tallaght, recently. The certificates were co-presented by the Minister of State at the Departments of Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Brian Hayes, and the chairman of TEGoVA, the European Valuers’ representative body, Roger Messenger. Among those to receive their certificates was Caroline Kirrane, Kirrane auctioneering, Main Street, Ballyhaunis.
Variable rate customers across Galway are being “hammered” due to the Government’s failure to stop banks from increasing the interest rates.
Galwegians who have been mis-sold payment protection insurance by banks and financial houses must “move quickly” to assert their right to claim for a refund.
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.