Long-term arrears figure rising again

While the total number of householders behind with their mortgage payments has now fallen for 22 quarters in a row, the number in arrears for more than 720 days rose at the start of 2019

13th June, 2019
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Figures from the Central Bank show that the number of mortgage accounts in long-term arrears has begun to creep up again, though shorter-term categories continue to decline.

While the total number of householders behind with their mortgage payments has now fallen for 22 quarters in a row, the number in arrears for more than 720 days rose at the start of 2019 after a long run of declines.

Accounts in arrears for more than 720 days represent 45...

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