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CSO report highlights social change due to impact of housing crisis - Brokers Ireland

Commenting on the recently published CSO Characteristics of Residential Property Purchasers 2010-2021, Brokers Ireland said the fact that the proportion of properties jointly purchased increased from 47 percent to 60.3 percent in the period and the median age for sole purchasers rose from 34 to 41 years, starkly demonstrates the social change being forced upon society by the housing crisis.

Mortgage holders advised to review existing policies - Brokers Ireland

Responding to the ECB interest rate increase of 0.75 percent, Brokers Ireland said even though predicted by some commentators the fact that it is on the higher side is very disquieting for consumers with the real worry now being the unknown one of how long such increases will go on for and what level they will reach.

Consumers advised to act now and review mortgage before ECB rate rise

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Responding to the Central Bank Retail Interest Rates for June, Brokers Ireland has stated: "While there is a very welcome and further narrowing of the gap between Ireland and the euro area average interest rate, with Irish mortgage holders now paying less than 1pc (0.78pc) over and above the euro area average - it is of no practical effect to borrowers who should concentrate on getting the best mortgage rate available in the Irish market; and who should do so in the very short window left before the ECB raises its rate further as it has already indicated."

Mortgage holders to seek professional advice on current market interest rates - Brokers Ireland

Responding to the ECB interest rate increase of 0.5 percent, Brokers Ireland said it “marks the beginning of a new era and predicting where the rate will end up with any degree of accuracy is like fortune telling.”

Brokers Ireland advises homeowners to ‘lock-in’ now for best mortgage rates

Responding to the most recent Central Bank Retail Interest Rates for April 2022, Brokers Ireland said mortgage holders who have not reviewed their mortgage rate need to act fast to get the best value available in the market.

Brokers Ireland advise Irish homeowners to avail of ‘lock-in’ best mortgage market rates

Responding to the most recent Central Bank Retail Interest Rates for March 2022, Brokers Ireland said mortgage holders, and aspiring mortgage holders, need to act fast to get the best interest rates available in the market and for anyone looking to long-term security and predictability about their financial outlay to lock-in to the best rates for longer periods of up to twenty and thirty years, depending on circumstances.

Continuing house price increases may not be sustained in current environment– Brokers Ireland

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As house prices continue to escalate with the recent CSO House Price Index showing an annual increase in February of 16.8 per cent for properties outside Dublin and 13.5 per cent in Dublin, Brokers Ireland has said the market is almost back to the level house prices reached at peak in 2007 - with prices outside of Dublin just 3.9 per cent short of where they were then - and Dublin just over 10per cent behind peak.

Brokers Ireland advise review of all existing mortgage term rates amongst homeowners

Responding to the most recent Central Bank Retail Interest Rates for January 2022, Brokers Ireland advised mortgage holders, other than those on trackers, to review their current rate and term of mortgage and consider if they could achieve a rate and term that would better suit their circumstances and give greater security into the future.

Continuing house price increases do not augur well for many aspiring buyers

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As house prices continue to escalate - with the recent CSO House Price Index showing an annual increase in January of 16 per cent for properties outside Dublin and 13.3 per cent in Dublin - Brokers Ireland said the prospect of an increase in interest rates is a real worry for many existing and aspiring home buyers.

Review your mortgage rate and term now – Brokers Ireland

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Responding to the Central Bank Retail Interest Rates for January 2022, Brokers Ireland is advising mortgage holders, other than those on trackers, to review their current rate and term of mortgage and consider if they could achieve a rate and term that would better suit their circumstances and give greater security into the future.

 

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