Thursday February 27, 2020

Dealing with mortgage arrears

While scare stories may be circulating about house repossessions, the truth is that the banks only want to use that as a last resort

25th June, 2011

Last month TV3’s Morning Show featured a story of a man who wound up homeless and living in a van after his house had been repossessed.

On the surface, his story appeared to represent the plight of the distressed Irish homeowner who, having fallen on hard times, loses his house to the bank, the victim of economic circumstances beyond his control and an institutional culture that cares nothing for the ordinary person.


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