The Irish Examiner: 20% of properties sold to big investors

The Irish Examiner: 20% of properties sold to big investors

Posted on 07Jun

One-fifth of all property sales in the first quarter of 2019 were to large international investors and real estate investment trusts. A new report from the Banking and Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) shows the extent to which investors are impacting on the private housing market in Ireland.

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Irish Independent: Your Questions ‘We can’t meet the full mortgage payments – can we sell to our son?’

Posted on 05Jun

Charlie Weston

Q Both my wife and I are social welfare pensioners, and we are paying interest-only repayments on our home mortgage. We re-mortgaged the house to keep our business going in 2005, but the business failed in 2013. We recently exited insolvency, and the only outstanding debt is a mortgage of €216,000 on the family home.

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Irish Independent:Your Questions-I need travel insurance but I am worried about a pre-existing condition

Posted on 14May

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The Irish Times: More tax, less benefits: Is working as a contractor right for you?

Posted on 17Apr

The Irish Sun: 80% fear for home loan rate

Posted on 02Apr

The Irish Independent: Fewer than 1pc of homeowners switch mortgages

Posted on 02Apr

Irish Independent: Your Questions: Can I get an exemption from lending rules to buy a house this year?

Posted on 11Feb

The Irish Sun: How Irish mortgage holders could save thousands by re-mortgaging homes or switching loans – expert’s top tips for big savings

Posted on 07Feb

Press ahead if you’re in the market for a new mortgage

Posted on 14Nov
Sunday Independent,  11 Nov 2018
Rates are still too high, but playing the waiting game is unlikely to reap rewards, writes John Cradden

 

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Your Questions: How can I get out of my expensive fixed rate mortgage deal?

Posted on 04Oct

 

Charlie Weston 1 sept 2018

Q: I currently have a €300,000 mortgage and have 25 years left on it. Two years ago, I moved to a five-year fixed rate which I thought was a good move because it would give me the peace of mind knowing my repayments won’t change for five years.

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