Monday May 25, 2020

No end in sight to mortgage arrears crisis

As a new crop of buyers gets caught up in the property panic, thousands are still reeling from the crash.

7th September, 2014
It feels like we’ve learned few lessons when it comes to our relationship with bricks and mortar. Picture: Thinkstock

With first-time buyers queuing for semi-detached homes in Dublin, and talk of a property bubble building momentum, it feels like we’ve learned few lessons when it comes to our relationship with bricks and mortar.

As a new crop of buyers gets caught up in the frenzy of the property market, another batch are still dealing with the consequences.

Figures released by the Central Bank last week indicated that the mortgage arrears crisis is...

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