Sunday February 16, 2020

Mortgage accounts in arrears fell again in April

11th June, 2015
There were 108,911 accounts classified as 'restructured' at the end of April

The number of ‘principal dwelling’ mortgage accounts in arrears declined by 1,976 in April to stand at 82,271, according to new data from the Department of Finance.

Since last April, there has been a 23 per cent decrease in accounts in arrears past one day.Total accounts with no arrears increased by 1,641 to stand at 611,420 in the month, the Department said.

The number of accounts classified as restructured increased by 1,641 and stood at 108,911 at...

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