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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.

ATU Galway City students take second place in National Investment Competition

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ATU Galway City students take second place in National Investment Competition

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.

Infrastructural investment needed to tackle regional imbalance, says MacManus

Sinn Féin MEP Chris MacManus has called for significant infrastructural investment in the West to address the growing problem of regional imbalance. The Midlands Northwest representative was speaking after meeting with Western Development Commission CEO Tomás Ó Síocháin this week.

Local Fianna Fail Minister of State welcomes cost saving CCPC money tools campaign

Local Fianna Fáil Minister of State, Deputy Troy, has welcomed the CCPC Money Tools campaign which aims to provide consumers with crucial information on how to compare and switch various financial services including mortgages, current accounts and credit cards.

First Choice Credit Union launches new ATM service in Ballyhaunis

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On Friday last, First Choice Credit Union officially launched their new 24/7 ATM service in their Ballyhaunis branch situated on Clare Street.

Mayo job opportunities grew by 62% in 2021

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Mayo saw a 62% rise in the number of job opportunities offered in 2021 and further growth is expected in the coming year, according to new figures released by Irish recruitment company, FRS Recruitment.

Regional salaries will rise in key sectors in 2022, but undersupply of skilled workers a problem

Ireland is facing an undersupply of skilled and experienced candidates in the financial services sector and competition to attract talent is expected to be intense this year, according to Matrix Recruitment.

Ireland facing undersupply of skilled workers, says Matrix Recruitment

Ireland is facing an undersupply of skilled and experienced candidates in the financial services sector and competition to attract talent is expected to be intense next year, according to Matrix Recruitment.

Athlone Credit Union CEO welcomes Collaborative Finance appointment

The appointment of Joe Healy to the role of non-executive chairperson at the recent Collaborative Finance CLG EGM has been welcomed by Athlone Credit Union CEO, Michael Evans.

 

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