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Don’t have your head in the sand

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In the current difficult economic climate there is a feeling that banks are closed for business. Not true! The banks’ owners may change but the banks themselves will always be there. In addition to discussing new business, it is equally important, especially in difficult times, to communicate with your financial institution, on existing, and perhaps impaired facilities. So says Eoin O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce financial services.

Insuring your home and contents

Your home and its contents are among your most valuable possessions. Insuring them against fire, theft, and other damage should be a priority. If you have a mortgage you will be required to take out compulsory buildings insurance, which varies in price depending on the size, location, and rebuilding cost of your property. Lenders require this insurance not for your benefit but for theirs, as their priority is to protect their financial interest in the property.

finance corner - The Irish Credit Bureau

The Irish Credit Bureau was set up in 1965 and is owned and financed by its members which are mainly financial institutions. It is not the only credit bureau in Ireland, however it is the main source of information for mainstream lenders.

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Rent-to-buy schemes


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