Tuesday April 7, 2020

Most think new rules make it harder to get mortgage

7th June, 2015

Seven out of ten people believe that getting a mortgage in Ireland has become more difficult, as borrowers and lenders get to grips with new Central Bank lending rules, according to the findings of today’s exclusive Sunday Business Post/Coyne Research poll.

The latest Sunday Business Post/Coyne Research study on the new mortgage market landscape and attitudes to home ownership reveals that 70 per cent of people feel it is now more difficult...

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