Saturday May 30, 2020

The truth behind the deposit rumours

Much of the talk about the lending rules is based on false assumptions

10th April, 2016

While the Central Bank’s mortgage lending rules have had a bad press, a lot of the commentary has been based on entirely false assumptions.

The latest MyHome property report points to renewed momentum behind Irish house prices. The price of new properties listed for sale on the MyHome website rose by 2.1 per cent nationally and by 0.9 per cent in Dublin in the first quarter. These gains follow two consecutive quarters of...

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