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Home for Life scheme could help those in mortgage arrears

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Home for Life - the state-backed mortgage to rent finance scheme - has the potential to help a number of the 578 cases in Mayo reported to have over 720 days of mortgage arrears, according to the company's CEO. At the Housing Strategic Policy Committee of Mayo County Council this week, Home for Life's chief executive officer, Paul Cunningham, suggested that these arrears cases, which the Central Bank's Long-Term Mortgage Arrears in Ireland Report note as being 'in serious mortgage arrears', could be helped by the scheme.

Mulherin wants county registrars to appear before Oireachtas committee

Mayo Fine Gael TD, Michelle Mulherin, this week called for representatives of county registrars to be invited before the Oireachtas Finance Committee to discuss how meaningful engagement by the banks can help resolve the current situation on mortgage arrears.

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.

Castlebar Town Council is owed over €1.2 million in rates from last year

The unaudited annual financial statement of Castlebar Town Council to the end of 2012 was down for approval at last night’s meeting of the council. The statement showed that at the end of December last year that the town council had collected €2,780,456 in commercial rates. This figure represented 69 per cent of the total of €4,136,597 that was due for collection, with €1,266,141 owed in arrears to the town council. The council at the start of 2012 had an arrears of €1,064,081 owed to it and expected collection of €4,058,517 for the year ahead, with the council writing off €986,001 over the year leaving €4,136,597 to be collected during 2012.

Tackle financial concerns with Abacus Financial Advisers

Set up in January 2013, with offices based in Athlone and Dublin, Abacus Financial Advisers are a local, confidential service, committed to achieving sustainable and favourable results for their clients. They specialise in accounting and taxation, business recovery, and debt restructuring. They offer a free initial consultation, and all fees are agreed in advance.

Free debt advice clinic in Castlebar

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Fianna Fáil area representative, Lisa Chambers, will hold a clinic at the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, tomorrow (Saturday, March 16), to deal with personal insolvency issues.

Revenue collection problems for Mayo County Council

Mayo County Council’s performance in collecting on rents, rates, and loans has been found to be below par in an audit just published by the Local Government Audit Service for the Department of the Environment.

Revenue collection problems for Mayo County Council

Mayo County Council’s performance in collecting on rents, rates, and loans has been found to be below par in an audit just published by the Local Government Audit Service for the Department of the Environment.

Midland foster carers to expect payment delays

Foster carers across the Midlands who are waiting for foster carer payments may not be paid until March this year, it has emerged.

74-year-old’s case to prevent eviction continues at High Court

A Kilkenny old-age pensioner has this week begun a legal battle to prevent her eviction from the home, which she has been residing in for more than 40 years.

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