The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has paid €2.3 billion less than the banks it deals with were seeking for loans it acquired from them.
The state's so-called bad bank carries out its own valuations of the properties it acquires and, in some cases assigns a lower valuation than the bank's estimate.
Nama paid €600 million less for loans than banks were seeking last year, a spokesman for the state agency said.
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