The Times: “Irish fork out €150 more each month on mortgages than Europeans”

The Times: “Irish fork out €150 more each month on mortgages than Europeans”

Posted on 15Jul

Paul O’Donoghue

Irish consumers pay an average of more than €150 each month on their mortgages compared with their European peers because of high interest rates, an expert has said.

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The Times (Ireland) “Ireland’s serial switchers play the mortgage cashback game”

Posted on 08May

Eithne Dunne – Money

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The Irish Examiner: Big year ahead for first-time buyers

Posted on 04Jan

Athlone Advertiser: “Mortgage prices in Westmeath fall below soaring rents”

Posted on 13Dec

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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MORTGAGE RIPOFF Irish mortgage customers pay an extra €188 a month – with the highest average interest rate in the EU

Posted on 13Aug

 

A new report shows the average retail interest rate here on new mortgages in June was 3.23 per cent while the Eurozone average was 1.78 per cent

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Mortgage rates in Ireland are still highest in the eurozone

Posted on 13Aug

Home economics: Sinead Ryan answers your property questions

Posted on 28May

Making Cents: Opportunities knock in the mortgage market

Posted on 22May

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