Mortgages are finally moving with the times
Recent advances in fintech have meant that mortgage approval has gone from hours to seconds while also becoming more cost competitive
Financial technology is advancing at a rate of about two years for every month of the pandemic. That’s why we have seen decades of change come about in the past 12 months.
It’s not just about adapting to changing needs as customers move to the ubiquitous use of mobiles and speedy service with intelligent easy-to-use interfaces. It’s also about the need for financial firms to become leaner and faster to survive as traditional branch...
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Time to give the property sector something to build on
Demand for housing remains as strong as ever, but Covid-19 restrictions on construction are having a damaging effect on supply
Value of Grafton Street stores fell by a quarter in 2020
Rents on Dublin’s best-known shopping streets also declined substantially while shopping centres and retail parks performed better, report shows
Rents down by 13% since March at Dublin’s Docklands
The average rent in the area last year was €2,312 per month, down 7 per cent compared to 2019, according to estate agent Owen Reilly