What do Central Bank tweaks mean for home buyers?

What do Central Bank tweaks mean for home buyers?
Central Bank deputy governor Sharon Donnery, governor Philip Lane and deputy governor prudential regulation Ed Sibley. Pic: RollingNews.ie

The changes could, on balance, make things a little easier for first-time buyers - but with supply tight, getting a mortgage is only half the battle

Just over three years ago, the Central Bank first mooted plans to tighten up lending conditions in the mortgage market.

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