Irish shoppers face higher prices and reduced choice, according to Food Drink Ireland. File photograph: iStock

Irish shoppers face higher prices and reduced choice, with a group representing leading food companies blaming Brexit, the Business Post reports. Food(...)

There’s a lot of customer uncertainty out there. People are not used to their bank suddenly telling them it is shutting down. Photograph: Alan Betson

  I’m in the process of moving house. We have an existing mortgage on our current property with Ulster Bank that we will be paying off as part o(...)

As long as you pay your mortgage in full in line with your agreed contract, there should be no reason not to change a fourth time or more as circumstances dictate. Photograph: iStock

We have switched our mortgage twice already in the past and are about to switch again. There is an attractive cash-back offer that we could go for tha(...)

It is unconscionable that AIB is still finding tracker mortgage redress cases. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

I just read an article regarding tracker mortgages redress. I was wondering if you have the details of where to get my mortgage looked at to see if we(...)

‘Given the experience of 46,000 home owners whose lenders wrongly weasled their way out of tracker rates they had promised, it appears your lender acted with uncommon honour for the industry at that time.’ Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

I was looking up about potential tracker mortgage problems. In 2007 we took out a mortgage and wanted a tracker mortgage but were told we had to have (...)

Both Bank of Ireland and KBC have now committed to not challenging time limitations, and advised the ombudsman of this

KBC Bank cited controversial time limit rules when challenging 27 complaints to the financial services ombudsman related to tracker mortgage issues, T(...)

I have a tracker mortgage for €80,000 taken out for a self-build six-bedroom house. I had it for years and I wanted to finish the house so I needed mo(...)

AIB chairman Richard Pym at bank’s agm. Photograph: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie

For a sector supposedly trying to convince customers, regulators and politician shareholders that it is a very different creature from the reckless ch(...)

KBC, or IIB Homeloans as it was called back then, did advertise a promise in late 2006 that its “standard practice” was to transfer everyone on a fixed rate to a tracker mortgage at the end of the fixed term as a default

Early in 2006 I was accepted by KBC bank for a mortgage. I was a first-time buyer, and knew nothing about banking, mortgages etc. I started off with(...)

Tracker mortgage query: if you get nowhere with the bank, you can approach the Financial Services Ombudsman with your case. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

I took my tracker mortgage from Bank of Ireland January 2005. I got a refund from the bank for the period between 2010 and 2017. During that period, t(...)

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