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Moneysave wins Best Health Insurance Broker for the second year in a row and continues the acquisition trail as turnover jumps record levels.
The latest daft.ie property price report for the third quarter of 2022 has noted that market rents in County Westmeath were on average 19.2% higher in the third quarter of 2022 than a year previously - the average listed rent is now €1371, up 147% from its lowest point.
Consumers anxious to help combat the cost-of-living crisis are shopping around for better value, with motor insurance the most common item for 67% of respondents to a new survey from Aviva Insurance Ireland DAC (Aviva).
For the twelfth consecutive year Campion Insurance has been named as one of Ireland’s Best Managed Companies. The awards programme is led by Deloitte Ireland, in association with Bank of Ireland. This is the first year where the awards programme returned as an in-person event following the pandemic and culminated with a gala awards ceremony at The Convention Centre Dublin.
Toyota Ireland has just launched Toyota Relax, a unique ‘service activated’ warranty which brings a whole new level of peace of mind to Toyota vehicle owners, especially in these challenging financial times.
As the Central Bank of Ireland’s new regulations to combat ‘differential’ pricing in motor and home insurance come into effect, Brokers Ireland said it is unfortunate that the regulations are limited and will not outlaw all forms of differential pricing, but only discrimination for reason of tenure.
Mortgage arrears and/or mortgage restructuring arrangements impacting mortgage holders could mean that thousands of homeowners in Ireland are unknowingly insufficiently covered by their mortgage protection policy.
A ban on ‘price walking’ in the motor and home insurance sectors will come into effect this July.
The price of the average second-hand three-bed semi in County Westmeath has risen by 4.1 percent to €255,000 in the last three months, according to a national survey by Real Estate Alliance.
People affected by cancer in their lifetime face being refused products including insurance and mortgage protection cover because of their medical history, new research from the Irish Cancer Society reveals.