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Granting your Switch Wish

It is obvious that the changing mortgage rules have made it more difficult for first time buyers to enter the property market in recent years. Despite recent changes allowing for a decrease in the necessary deposit required (abolishing the 225,000…

Taking the Fear out of Arrears

Following on from the economic crisis and the subsequent increase in the cost of living and decrease in available work, many thousands of Irish people have been left in mortgage arrears which is a very stressful and uncertain position to be…

ICS YOU CAN

Something which we consistently come back to as a topic of interest for our customers are mortgage lending rules and the tiresome process of trying to get a foothold on the property ladder, which let’s face it, these days can often feel like…

THAT WHICH SHALL NOT BE NAMED – MORTGAGE RULES

Over the past year, we have discussed mortgage issues at length with the various new changes to mortgage rules and the difficulties this has posed for both business and home buyers, in particular, for the first time buyer. It has become clear…

WHOSE HOUSE IS IT ANYWAY?

It comes as no surprise these days that the world of buying your first home has become an increasingly difficult one to navigate. Gone are the days of being able to finance your first home, and also have overflow cash readily available for furnishing…

NEW MORTGAGE RULES

The Central Bank’s much debated and often bemoaned stricter mortgage rules were finally officially announced last month and officially put into place only last week.   Under these new tighter guidelines first time buyers appear…