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Mortgage applicants should beware of "lucrative" offers

9th June, 2015

Would-be mortgage applicants should take a cautionary approach when it comes to enticing “offers” from lenders, according to experts. Those looking to purchase their first home should beware of the “too good to be true” offers from banks – because many of them are just that, they said.

“When it comes to Ireland’s first time buyer market at the moment it is Caveat Emptor,” said Ken Murray, Director at the Association...

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