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Businesses which have been worst affected by the Covid-19 restrictions are in line for "some respite" and support from the Government's new Covid Restrictions Support Scheme.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, Tom Farrell, has noted the pertinent benefits of the enhanced Help to Buy Scheme designed to ease the financial burden for first time buyers of residential properties.
Athlone Credit Union have extended their popular promotional home renovation loan rate for a limited time ONLY (OFFER ENDS OCTOBER 31 2020). The promotional home renovation loan rate is an attractive 6.95 percent (7.18 percent APR).
The Design and Crafts Council Ireland has launched the Irish Business Design Challenge in partnership with the Department of Business, Innovation and Enterprise, the Local Enterprise Offices and Enterprise Ireland.
If you are considering selling your property this autumn, you may be surprised to know that the residential property market in Galway is doing extremely well.
Commenting on the most recently announced CSO Residential Property Price Index, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said while there is a whopping drop of 40.7 percent in the number of dwelling purchases in July compared with July 2019 and a relatively small pick-up of 12.9 percent over June 2020, market intelligence would indicate that the situation has improved since then, especially given that there is a 44 day submission deadline on Revenue stamp duty returns on which CSO figures are based.
Property prices in Westmeath have remained unchanged during quarter three of the calendar year, according to the latest MyHome.ie Property Report in association with Davy.
The all-new, all-electric Enyaq SUV from Czech car manufacturer’ Skoda, is their first production model to be based on Volkswagen Group’s MEB modular electric car platform.
Calls have been made for the Government to provide mental health support to business owners who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
NUI Galway has been allocated more than €7.5 million to develop "innovative courses" that will allow graduates meet the needs of key enterprises in Ireland.