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Housing loans trebled for Mayo in 2012

Ireland's lender to local authorities and voluntary housing associations more than trebled its loans to the Taoiseach's home county of Mayo in the government's first full year in office.

12th October, 2013

Ireland's lender to local authorities and voluntary housing associations more than trebled its loans to the Taoiseach's home county of Mayo in the government's first full year in office.

According to the Housing Finance Agency's recently published annual report, new loans advanced to Mayo Co Council grew to Euro 32,829,000 in 2012, up from Euro 10,800,000 the year before. The finance represented just over 10 per cent of all new lending by the HFA last...

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