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Welcoming the initiative by Banking & Payments Federation Ireland for mortgage holders who want to switch lenders but have had credit issues in the past, Brokers Ireland, a participant in assisting those seeking to switch their mortgages said now is a good time to remind mortgage holders running into difficulty to reach out for help before falling into arrears.
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Street enhancement works on Mardyke Street remain ongoing, with the thoroughfare due to reopen for public use on Thursday, September 28.
Music for Galway (MfG) has announced details of its 42nd international concert season 2023/24 which features an array of artists from near and far. At the launch of the season, high up in the new Bonham Quay office complex in Galway’s Docks, Artistic Director Finghin Collins singled out the November 18 appearance of iconic British sibling duo Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason as a “major highlight of the season.
Responding to the most recent Central Bank Retail interest rates publication for June, showing Ireland at a weighted average interest rate of 4.04 percent, up 136 basis points in annual terms and a 12 percent decrease on the previous month in the volume of pure new mortgage agreements, Brokers Ireland has stated that it is “clearly evident the dampening effect the questionable and aggressive interest rate stance is having on potential home owners, at a time of strong and pent-up demand for homes.”
Continuing ECB interest rate hikes may cause greater than anticipated damage - Brokers Ireland report
Commenting on the recent ECB decision to raise its main refinancing rate by a further 0.25 percent, the ninth increase since July last, bringing it to 4.25 percent, Brokers Ireland said “one would be hopeful while not at all confident, that the strategy will achieve stability rather than fragility and destruction among borrowers – personal and business borrowers.”
The increased cost of the weekly food shop is the most common financial impact experienced by 77% of consumers this year, cited amongst 82% of women surveyed and 73% of men, according to new research from Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland DAC (Aviva).
Frank McDonagh and Company were wholesale and retail drapers and outfitters that opened in Williamsgate Street in 1883. In early advertisements, they described themselves as “Successors to M. Hennessy, the house for original Claddagh cloaks as supplied to the Royal family”.
Responding to the most recent Central Bank Retail Interest Rates publication for April, showing Ireland at a weighted average interest rate of 3.63 percent in April, 0.6 percent ahead of the euro area average, Brokers Ireland said the Irish market is now in worrying territory for both aspiring and existing borrowers.