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Responding to the most recent Daft.ie Rent Price Report for Q2 2021 IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said the latest report highlights yet again that it is only in the two most expensive areas in which to buy property, Dublin 4 and Dublin 6, that repaying a mortgage on a three-bedroom home is more expensive than paying rent, and at that it is only marginally so.
Brokers Ireland, which has long called for long-term fixed interest rate mortgages in Ireland, has welcomed the introduction by Finance Ireland of a 20-year fixed mortgage for the first time in Ireland.
Commenting on the most recent Central Bank Retail Interest Rates publication, Brokers Ireland said the drop in the weighted average interest rate on new mortgages in December to 2.76 from 2.79 the previous month is to be welcomed, even if the rate remains the second highest in the euro area behind Greece.
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.
Mayo County Council has confirmed arrangements are now in place for home loan borrowers who may be experiencing a reduction in their income arising from the Covid-19 emergency and may not be able to make repayments on their loans.
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.
Hundreds of Westmeath householders in unsustainable mortgage arrears and at risk of losing their homes are being given fresh hope of a solution to their problems.
Families in mortgage distress in Westmeath have been given fresh hope after the county’s upper housing valuation limit for the mortgage-to-rent scheme was significantly increased to €305,000.
Responding to the recent Banking and Payments Federation Ireland mortgage drawdowns for the second quarter of 2018, Brokers Ireland have stated that the standout figure is a 95.5 percent year-on-year increase in the volume of re-mortgaging/switching, indicating that Irish consumers are getting the message there is value to be had in switching.
Most of us have read the numerous media reports documenting what has become known as the tracker mortgage scandal.