Wednesday January 29, 2020

Borrowers in a world of confusion over arrears

Opinions are split on how best to solve the mortgage arrears crisis, but everyone agrees on one thing: borrowers are having to contend with a near-total information vacuum.

17th April, 2015
David Hall of the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation

With the government poised to unveil a package of new measures to address mortgage

arrears and stem the flow of repossessions, debt is once again in the spotlight.

There’s a cacophony of voices arguing over what needs to be done for debtors,

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