Pepper Homeloans will launch three mortgage products in Ireland for both home owners and buy-to-let loans. They will be targeted at people looking to switch their loans or consolidate their debts, the self-employed or those with impaired credit histories, and first-time buyers.

The Irish subsidiary of Australian listed financial services group Pepper is set to offer home loans here from February 1st through a small group of (...)

December’s increase in consumer sentiment was the third monthly gain in a row

Consumer sentiment rose to a new 10-year high in December, buoyed by expectations of a stronger economy and healthier personal finances this year. Th(...)

David Hall, chief execuctive of the Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation: “We’ve made a proposal to the banking federation that the time has come for a meeting of all stakeholders to address the long-term arrears issue.” Photograph: Collins Courts

The Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation (IMHO) has proposed that banks, insolvency practitioners, the Government, regulators, and various other Stat(...)

An artist’s impression of the rear of 5 Hanover Quay, part of the Strategic Development Zone in the docklands. The Oaktree venture secure approval to develop offices and apartments in the area last year

Listed Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has acquired a site in Hanover Quay, Dublin 2 from a consortium involving Oaktree Capital, Nama and Bennett Cons(...)

The Central Bank’s decision to investigate the issue at this point will be of little comfort to the 22 PTSB account holders who lost possession of properties as a result of a “failure” by the bank to inform them  they could have availed of a cheaper tracker rate to which they were entitled

Slowly the Irish banking sector is getting back to normal. You can make your own mind up as to whether that’s a good or a bad thing, but in simple ter(...)

The Central Bank sent letters on Tuesday  to all lenders that offered trackers, both for family homes and investment properties, from whenever they started to offer these loans up to the end of 2015.

The Central Bank of Ireland has decided to investigate all lenders who have offered tracker mortgages in Ireland to determine if customers’ rights hav(...)

The only element of the survey that weakened between October and November was the buying climate which recorded its weakest reading since November 2014. (Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire)

Consumer confidence in Ireland rose to a ten-year high in November on the back of a boost from Budget 2016 and a recovery in the jobs market. In Nov(...)

The executives will advise property developers seeking non-bank debt financing, with a particular focus on international investment groups. Photograph: Getty Images

Two senior executives from AIB’s property lending division have left to join Bartra Capital, a recently-established property group set up by former Tr(...)

Cairn said given the current strength of its site acquisition pipeline, that it could efficiently deploy the proceeds from its IPO over the coming two quarters

Listed Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has said it remains confident of achieving it target of 1,000 unit sales by 2019 even though the supply-demand i(...)

KBC Bank Ireland:  has opened  a new bank premises at the former Permanent TSB office on College Green in Dublin 2

KBC Bank Ireland, tipped by some as a future partner for Permanent TSB, has opened a new bank premises at the former Permanent TSB office on College G(...)