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Make substantial mortgage savings during lockdown

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The average household can offset some of the financial impacts of COVID-19 by saving €5,000 per annum in three simple steps according to a mortgage expert.

Westmeath mortgage holders advised to heed lenders market

The average Westmeath homeowner is needlessly paying an average of €2,468 in extra mortgage repayments per year by not switching lenders, the latest doddl Mortgage Switching Index has found.

Better off and institutional investors dominating market

Commenting on the CSO Residential Property Price Index for January, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said there is no surprise, the residential property market continues to be dominated by the better off who have the ability to buy and institutional investors, with those on average incomes who should be the mainstay of the market, either excluded altogether or pushed out to the suburbs which have expanded greatly.

Mayor calls on banks to show 'leadership and compassion' when it comes to mortgage payments

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A moratorium on commercial rates, insurance rebates, and mortgage and rent freezes, are urgently required to assist individuals, and small/medium businesses to withstand the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Homeowners encouraged to monitor ongoing changes in mortgage market

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Many Irish homeowners could shave ten years off their home repayments by switching mortgages and keeping their repayments at the same level, a new report has found.

Home loan scheme requirements need to be relaxed

Requirements of applicants seeking a loan under the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan scheme should be relaxed (RIHL) according to Tuam area councillor Karey McHugh Farag.

Home owners urged to give credence to mortgage rates

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Irish home owners could work three weeks less this year by simply switching their current mortgage from the highest rate, a process that can be less painful than most popular New Year’s resolutions, according to an expert.

Loan approved to purchase land for more housing

A loan of €10 million has been approved by the Galway County Council to purchase land for more social and affordable housing.

Confidentiality a plus for families in numerous mortgage to rent cases

A fresh call was made in Athlone on Thursday last for Westmeath householders in serious mortgage arrears to engage with their lenders as there is now a fresh urgency to find solutions and leave families in their homes.

Fahy Law aims to return significant sums to Irish home mortgage holders

Fahy Law has brought together a network of independent Irish legal firms who have launched a new initiative to collectively assist many residential mortgage holders in Ireland, who may be entitled to significant and substantial interest rate rebates form banks, building societies and vulture funds.

 

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