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Banks opens Saturday mortgage shop

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With affordability now back at 1997 levels, first time buyers are in prime position to get on the property ladder. To support customers unable to get to the bank during the week, AIB is opening two branches on Saturdays until the end of March. The branches in Lynch’s Castle and the Tuam Road will open from 11am to 3pm every Saturday until March 28. While the branches will not operate a cash service , the opening will give customers the chance to call into the branch to discuss their mortgage, personal, or business finance needs.

Canalach development continues to sell, despite difficult climate

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Ballinasloe's exciting, modern, architecturally designed Cuil na Canalach development at Pollboy in Ballinasloe, is continuing to experience high levels of buyer interest, and continuing steady levels of sales, despite the general air of doom and gloom surrounding the general economy, and the property market in particular. Cathal O'Malley, director of local development company Comrad Holdings which is developing the project smiles as he notes that it is not entirely unprecedented for Ballinasloe to buck the national trend, remembering how the town thrived during the 80s while the rest of the country experienced recession. 

Rooney report finds strong interest among first time buyers

Half of potential first time buyers say they intend to purchase a property within the next 12 months with falling house prices remaining the key factor influencing the decision to buy, according to the latest market report from Rooney auctioneers. Availability of suitable property and overall economic conditions were cited as the next most important factors.

Council’s housing showcase draws crowds

Westmeath County Council’s showcase of affordable houses proved a tremendous success at the Mullingar Park Hotel last week.

Insuring your home and contents

Your home and its contents are among your most valuable possessions. Insuring them against fire, theft, and other damage should be a priority. If you have a mortgage you will be required to take out compulsory buildings insurance, which varies in price depending on the size, location, and rebuilding cost of your property. Lenders require this insurance not for your benefit but for theirs, as their priority is to protect their financial interest in the property.

Callanan hosts meeting to help mortgage holders in trouble

A public meeting to discuss the possibility of setting up a Galway Mortgage Holders Association to represent the growing numbers of mortgage holders getting into difficulties will be held this Monday in the Westwood Hotel at 8pm.

What can Rooney’s offer the first time buyer?

The current difficult economic conditions have made first time buyers nervous about getting into the property market. However with four rate reductions by the ECB since October 2008, coupled with increased value in the property market, first time buyers are being encouraged back into the marketplace.

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A guide for first time buyers

A first-time buyer is someone who hasn't previously, either individually or jointly, purchased or built, on his or her own behalf, a house in Ireland or abroad. Where there is more than one purchaser, each must come within the scope of the definition in order to avail of stamp duty exemptions. In addition, it must be your principal private residence and no rent, other than rent under the stamp duty rent a room arrangements, can be derived from the property for two years after the date of the current purchase.

Tuam development offers built-in market stability

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Uncertainty about property values and borrowing capabilities is rampant in these tough economic times, so it is refreshing to see a builder taking on these issues and presenting a package that will calm the nerves and ease the transition from rental market to owner occupier.

 

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