Newstalk: Joey Sheahan, Head of Credit, MyMortgages.ie Talks to Newstalk’s Sinead Ryan

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Newstalk: Joey Sheahan, Head of Credit, MyMortgages.ie Talks to Newstalk’s Sinead Ryan

Posted on 06Aug

Mortgages was the hot topic for this evening’s Consumer Call  in with Sinead Ryan.

Karl Deeter from Irish Mortgage Brokers and Joey Sheahan from mymortgages.ie were on Sinead’s expert panel offering advice, and answering listener queries.

Check out the full podcast ‘Consumer Call In: Mortgages’ here:

https://www.newstalk.com/podcasts/consumer-corner-on-the-hard-shoulder/consumer-call-mortgages

MyMortgages Limited trading as MyMortgages.ie is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.


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