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O’Donnellan & Joyce Financial Services is experiencing an increase in enquiries from customers who wish to either refinance existing lending or organise an equity release on their current property.
PROPERTY developers across the west have been asked to attend a seminar next week on the new National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) to hear details of how this will impact upon their current relationships with their banks.
Kilkenny City Labour Party candidate, Sean Butler, called upon the Government to link the need for banks to show flexibility on fixed rate mortgages to further bailout funding for the banking sector.
O' Donnellan & Joyce are enjoying a highly successful "Hit Rate" in relation to it's mortgage applications on behalf of their customers.
The first chartered surveyor in Galway, property arbitrator and personal development author Ronan Rooney has the mix of qualifications and experience to give a definitive balance view of the world we now find ourselves in.
The last 18 months has been a turbulent affair in the property and banking business. Auctioneers’ window displays showing the same properties, the only changes on the brochures in the windows are the prices falling, yet the properties still are not selling.
Previously mortgage repayment protection cover could only be taken out within 90 days of mortgage drawdown. Having made the biggest financial investment of their lives, many home buyers were reluctant to commit to further premiums at this time. Product providers have now updated this product allowing customers to opt for it during the course of their mortgage term.
AIB today announces it is reducing its one year fixed interest rate for first time buyer owner occupiers to a market leading interest rate of 2.49 per cent.
With affordability now back at 1997 levels, first time buyers are in prime position to get on the property ladder. To support customers unable to get to the bank during the week, AIB is opening two branches on Saturdays until the end of March. The branches in Lynch’s Castle and the Tuam Road will open from 11am to 3pm every Saturday until March 28. While the branches will not operate a cash service , the opening will give customers the chance to call into the branch to discuss their mortgage, personal, or business finance needs.
Despite the property downturn, there are still great opportunities to spend a little and gain a lot with home improvements to stay ahead of the game. The property market may be stalled and house prices may be falling but you can still do a lot to maintain and even increase the value of your home.