Sunday February 23, 2020

Number of mortgage accounts in arrears down in Q1

4th June, 2015
The number of accounts in arrears for ‘principal dwelling houses’ fell by 5.1%

The number of mortgage accounts in arrears continued to fall in the first quarter, marking the seventh quarter of decreases in a row, new figures from the Central Bank show.

The number of accounts in arrears for ‘principal dwelling houses’ fell by 5.1 per cent to stand at 104,693 in the first quarter compared to the last three months of 2014. Accounts in arrears of more than 90 days fell by 5.5 per cent to...

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