Two properties owned by Rush Credit Union to be sold to Progressive
Completion of deal has been delayed for a number of weeks because of Christmas break
Progressive Credit Union has agreed to buy the two main premises of its now liquidated neighbour, Rush Credit Union.
Progressive, the largest credit union across north Co Dublin with offices in Skerries, Balbriggan, Howth and Glasnevin, has paid a deposit on the two buildings in Rush and Lusk.
The completion of the deal for an undisclosed price is subject to contracts and surveys of the two premises, and has been delayed for a number of...
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