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AIB is selling up to 650 distressed mortgages as a part of an ‘ethical’ loan sale, the first of its kind undertaken by a lender in the Republic. Photograph: Paul McErlane/Reuters

AIB is selling up to 650 distressed mortgages as a part “ethical” loan sale, the first of its kind undertaken by a lender in the Republic, in the comi(...)

David Hall, who runs iCare Housing, says the  decision to allow investment firm Home for Life into the process has “all but ended the scheme as we know it”. Photograph: Collins Courts

The State’s mortgage-to-rent scheme has been “irrevocably undermined” by the entry of a commercial player, which is outbidding the not-for-profit agen(...)

Brian Hayes of the Banking and Payments Federation: ‘A wide range of solutions are being made available by lenders at this time and are being worked through with borrowers.’ Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Struggling borrowers will be best served securing “individually tailored” easing of terms of their loans as the Republic faces into tighter Covid-19 r(...)

David Hall, chief executive of the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation: speaks of “incontrovertible proof that thousands upon thousands of Irish families may lose their homes”.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Research from the Central Bank of Ireland detailing the elevated level of long-term mortgage arrears – a hangover from the 2008 crash – was seized upo(...)

An estimated 37,000 borrowers face having their loans classed as being in default following extended Covid-19 repayment breaks. Stock photograph: iStock

Banks calculate that two-thirds of those in long-term arrears on their mortgage repayments ultimately risk losing their homes, it has emerged. About(...)

A spokeswoman for Ulster Bank  said  no  customer who was entitled to a payment break, or a payment break extension, had it withdrawn from them. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Ulster Bank wrongly told customers they were not entitled to Covid-19 mortgage payment break extensions after initially informing them that they had q(...)

Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien: examining raising the threshold for the mortgage-to-rent scheme by as much as 30%. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government is examining plans to widen access to a key State scheme to keep those in negative equity in their homes. Minister for Housing Darragh(...)

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the Irish economy might push many of those on restructuring arrangements back into default. Photograph:  Rui Vieira/PA

Repossessing a house in Ireland is not an easy thing to do. Banks and other lenders have to jump through many hoops before any judge will let them sei(...)

Radio presenter Neil Prendeville pictured leaving the studios of 96Fm following his return on the airwaves  with congratulatory flowers from supporting listeners. File photograph: Daragh Mc sweeney/Provision

Cork radio presenter Neil Prendeville and David Hall’s ambulance company, Lifeline, are included in the latest list of tax defaulters. Mr Prendeville(...)

 Former Console Boss Paul Kelly who has died.  Photograph: Collins

The former chief executive of the suicide prevention charity Console, Paul Kelly, has died. Mr Kelly was found dead in his home in Alexander Manor, (...)

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