Resolving the mortgage debt divide won't be an easy task

Comment: Differing opinions toward unsustainable mortgage debt has the potential to fragment Irish society

8th June, 2014

As the country experiences a two-track property market, with prices surging ahead in Dublin while remaining stagnant elsewhere in the country, today’s exclusive Coyne Research/*Sunday Business Post* research paints a picture of confused views towards property market recovery and debt-write down, and considerable potential for division in Irish society.

Faced with mortgage debts they could not pay, just under seven in ten people believe that partial debt write-down is the fairest option...

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