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Demand for mortgages set to continue

Bank of Ireland head of mortgages John O’Beirne assesses the current marketplace

24th January, 2016

It has been a very busy start to the year in relation to mortgage activity, with a high level of enquiries across Dublin and regionally. A number of factors such as the rise in property prices outside of Dublin and returning emigrants may be driving some of the demand.

We continue to anticipate growth in demand for new mortgage lending, underpinned by the improvement which we have recently seen in economic fundamentals, in particular economic...

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