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Independent TD Tom Fleming said court proceedings had led to “an alarming 46 per cent of cases” resulting in an order for repossession or sale of a property. Photograph:  Don MacMonagle

Independent TD Tom Fleming called for Government action to deal with house repossessions. He said it was speculated by reliable sources that up to 30(...)

Oliver Callan, comedian and impressionist: on hand  to provide the laughs at the annual SCSI dinner

The improving fortunes of the property industry are not yet entirely evident, and it’s unlikely our skylines will be crammed with cranes again anytime(...)

The Central Bank’s new mortgage lending rules will impose an income multiple limit of 3.5 times salary on  first time buyers and those trading up. (Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times)

The full extent of efforts to get the Central Bank to change its mind on its new mortgage lending rules are evident in the 157 responses the regulato(...)

Well, they’re finally here. After months of speculation, frantic lobbying by interested parties and concerned visits to their bank by putative homeown(...)

Some €511 million worth of new mortgages was approved in each of the three months to the end of December.

The number of mortgage approvals in Ireland rose by 43.6 per cent last year to 26,576, according to latest figures from the Banking & Payments (...)

The most high-profile case  involved Newbridge Credit Union where €24.1 million has been paid to date from a maximum amount of €53.9 million.. Photograph:  Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

The Department of Finance has informed the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee that Irish banks will not now pay into a domestic special resolution (...)

The Central Bank has admitted the figures it used to set a price limit of €220,000 on 90 per cent mortgages for first-time buyers do not reflect current property prices in Dublin

The Central Bank has admitted the figures it used to set a price limit of €220,000 on 90 per cent mortgages for first-time buyers do not reflect curre(...)

In March 2014 the Howth Sutton Credit Union was transferred to Progressive Credit Union. (Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES)

The Irish credit resolution scheme, which provides for the orderly winding-up of credit unions, has been extended until June 30th 2015. The scheme, w(...)

Willbrook House, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, also  has a price tag of €220,000 and is a one-bed apartment extending to 37.52sq m (404sq ft) ²

What’s happening with mortgage lending? The Central Bank has imposed lending caps on all banks and under the new rules banks will be able to lend only(...)

Alan McQuaid, chief economist with Merrion Capital, described the underlying housing market as stronger than the official data suggests. Photograph: Frank Miller

The cost of homes climbed by 16.3 per cent nationally in the 12 months to the end of December, while Dublin house prices jumped by 23 per cent over th(...)

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