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CSO house prices show market stabilised but major problems remain - IPAV

Commenting on this week's CSO Residential Property Price Index for August, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers, said prices have stabilised.

Mortgage holders must seek professional advice on interest rates - Brokers Ireland

Responding to the recent Central Bank Retail Interest Rates publication for August showing Ireland with a weighted average interest rate on new mortgages of 4.10%, up 146 basis points in a year, and close to the euro area average which is 0.15% lower, Brokers Ireland said those taking out mortgages need to consider their options very carefully.

Budget 2024

The Minister for Finance, Michael McGrath, and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, presented the fourth Budget of the coalition Government on Tuesday. This Budget was framed against a backdrop of the ongoing war in the Ukraine, concerns about persistent inflation and the perceived windfall nature of corporation tax receipts.

Ensure you reach out for help before mortgage arrears happen - Brokers Ireland

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.

New information campaign encourages further applications to local authority home loan scheme

The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Deputy Darragh O’Brien, has launched an information campaign encouraging those looking to purchase a new or second-hand home or build their own home to consider applying for a Local Authority Home Loan.

Troy encourages First Time Buyers to consider Local Authority Home Loan

Local Fianna Fáil Deputy, Robert Troy, is encouraging those looking to purchase a new or second-hand home or build their own home to consider applying for a Local Authority Home Loan.

Rabbitte encourages First Time Buyers to consider Local Authority Home Loan

Fianna Fáil Minister, Anne Rabbitte, is encouraging those looking to purchase a new or second-hand home or build their own home to consider applying for a Local Authority Home Loan.

Increasing interest rates causing concerns for mortgage holders - Brokers Ireland

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.

Positive half-year results for DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard

Leading Galway city estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is reporting a hugely positive start to 2023 for its residential sales division. Some 92 per cent of its residential listing from January to the end of June sold in the first four weeks of going to market, with over 60 per cent of properties achieving figures above their initial guide prices. These impressive figures show why the company continues to be a leading light in the west of Ireland property market.

Mergers on horizon as many credit unions scale up to meet viability, regulatory and staffing challenges

In the last five years , the number of Credit Unions in Ireland has reduced by around 25% - a trend that looks set to continue according to RBK Chartered Accountants, whose 11th annual credit union benchmarking survey results were published at the annual Credit Union seminar this week.

 

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