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If you are in arrears of more than five or 10 years, it is very difficult to see how that situation is going to be recovered. Photograph: iStock

Almost 5,500 mortgages are in arrears for more than 10 years. 10 years! Just think about it. The(...)

Before you sign on the dotted line for a fixed-term mortgage, you need to consider what you might be giving up by fixing for so long. File photograph: Getty

(...) year mortgages have been available on the Irish market for quite some time, with rates at Ulster Bank(...)

‘Can I get a mortgage to buy a second home in Northern Ireland when I live and work in the Republic?’ Photograph: iStock

You used to hear a lot about banks offering mortgages to people looking to buy across the Border(...)

The mortgage deal you got when you first purchased your home is unlikely to still be the best available.

(...) mortgages than they need to every year, according to industry sources. Mortgage brokers say more than 80(...)

The level of “non-performing loans” in Ireland continues to decline significantly, falling by close to 20 per cent in the year to June 2017, according to a Commission report published on Thursday. Photograph: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

(...) mortgages. Approximately 45 per cent of these mortgages have been restructured. Of the mortgages on(...)

Recent homebuyers may face the same monthly repayments  as those who may have paid 30 per cent more for their home. Photograph: Getty Images/Hemera

(...) properties, holders of boom-time tracker mortgages are still repaying less each month than those on current(...)

A new mortgage from Permanent TSB offers lower variable interest rates for those with lower loan-to-value rations

(...)? LTV mortgages Launched last week, its new loan-to-value (LTV) mortgage is aimed at first-time buyers(...)