Monday September 28, 2020

Best chance for mortgage holders is to be proactive

25th November, 2018

With recent estimates putting the number of distressed mortgages actively or tentatively for sale by Irish banks at more than 40,000, homeowners facing the prospect of dealing with a vulture fund are being urged to act swiftly.

We have seen a huge rise recently in enquiries from people whose mortgage debt has been sold to a vulture fund. There has been an increase in the sale of these properties, especially buy-to-let properties that are in trouble....

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