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(...) and received just under €20,000. We took out a mortgage of 70 per cent loan to value. We have come(...)

When buying a property with a friend, or friends, you must agree at the outset who owns what under what terms. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

(...) friend was happy to stay there and cover the mortgage. The house broke even shortly after and is now(...)

It does seem as though banks are very reluctant to take on mortgage business from people on the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme

My husband and I have been trying to acquire a mortgage since late 2019. Covid hit and our(...)

Any decision to lend your daughter and her partner the balance of the cost of their home after mortgage refusal is not a matter for Revenue, just for you. Photograph: iStock

(...) mortgage of €200,000, as we’re giving them €50,000 and so are his parents and they have saved the balance(...)

No formal bid has yet been made for upmarket retail Brown Thomas though private equity funds are circling. Photograph: Laura Hutton

(...) withdrawn from the Davy-16 as they no longer worked in the sector. Looking for a mortgage, then check out(...)

(...) cash to the purchase, and hence no mortgage. It is likely the property would be sold in some years(...)

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(...) yourself locked into a mortgage, or locked out and regretting your failure to move. As you have discovered(...)

(...) price was good – €135,000. It would now be valued at around €350,000 and we will be mortgage free in the(...)

‘If you’re on a fixed-rate mortgage, you will be constrained should you wish to switch.’

And just like that, about 28 per cent of the Irish mortgage market appears to be up for grabs with(...)

‘Your son and his wife should be able to access a mortgage. However, the situation is complicated by Covid.’

(...) on account of the pandemic. Is there anyone out there that would give them a mortgage? The cheapest(...)

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