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Irish mortgage holders continue to pay more than Euro counterparts

Commenting on the most recent Central Bank Retail Interest Rates publication for April, Brokers Ireland said with the second highest rate in the eurozone, after Greece, Irish mortgages holders are paying over €83,000 more than their euro area counterparts on a €300,000 mortgage over 30 years. (see chart below).

Galway-Mayo rail link key to Tuam and east Gawlay’s economic future, new report argues

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Businesses across east Galway, and the wider economy of the region, stand to benefit from the development of the Galway-Mayo rail link, and the connectivity provided by linking Tuam into the State’s rail network.

First Choice Credit Union and Swinford & District Credit Union complete transfer of engagements

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Saturday, June 12, 2021, marked a momentous occasion for First Choice Credit Union Ltd and Swinford & District Credit Union Ltd with the completion of the Transfer of Engagements of Swinford & District Credit Union Ltd to First Choice Credit Union Ltd to become one entity.

Foxford woman sets up fundraiser to honour late dad and mark Dementia Awareness Day

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A fundraising campaign has been set up by Frances Moloney from Foxford and she is hoping to use the GoFundMe page to raise funds for the 'Walk a Mile & Make Me Smile', dementia awareness event on June 21.

O’Donnellan & Joyce sells €4.5m of properties in virtual auction

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On Friday June 4 at 12 noon, auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan welcomed buyers into his digital auction room which was broadcast remotely on the O’Donnellan & Joyce company website and social media platforms. Communicating through smartphones, tablets, and computers in homes and offices across the country and indeed abroad, Colm O'Donnellan outlined how the live stream auction works and went on to show how his digital auction room had transformed the way that property sales are conducted.

Campion Insurance arrives in Galway in merger with Future

Campion Insurance, one of Ireland’s leading independent insurance broker has this morning (Thursday) announced its arrival in Galway through a merger with leading broker McLaughlin & Greaney Insurances trading as Future. Under the terms of the merger, Future will become part of Campion Insurance. The merger has been approved by the Central Bank of Ireland and the consideration is for an undisclosed sum.

Eyre Square office building guides €2,500,000

Part of Hardiman House is being brought to the market for sale guiding at €2,500,000. The office building located on Eyre Square gives potential buyers the rare opportunity to own a property in Galway city’s prime commercial district.

Brokers Ireland formally welcomes introduction of long term fixed mortgage

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Brokers Ireland, which has long called for long-term fixed interest rate mortgages in Ireland, has welcomed the introduction by Finance Ireland of a 20-year fixed mortgage for the first time in Ireland.

Pent-up supply will impact property prices for remainder of year

Commenting on the CSO Residential Property Price Index for February, Brokers Ireland has stated that a further rise in property prices, this time a jump from 2.6 percent to three percent between January and February, reflects the strong demand amid decreasing supply – the latter down eight percent month-on-month in February.

Athlone Credit Union launches Cultivate Farm Loans initiative

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An exciting new initiative, geared towards the agricultural community is brought to you by Athlone Credit Union at their offices in Monksland and Irishtown.


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