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Banks under pressure to sell 1,000 empty houses for social housing

4th November, 2018
David Hall

A major push will be made early next year to get banks to sell more than 1,000 empty homes on the books for social housing, as a deadline looms for institutions to clean up their troubled loans.

The Housing Agency is working with David Hall, the founder of iCare Housing, about buying the homes from the banks.

Hall confirmed his involvement following meetings with AIB and KBC recently, as well as discussions with Minister for Housing...

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