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Minister for Housing Simon Coveney. The Government this week overhauled an existing six-year-old mortgage-to-rent plan. Photograph: Eric Luke

An Irish company seeking to buy distressed loans under the State’s expanded “mortgage-to-rent” scheme is in talks with two lenders to acquire debt att(...)

In another case, a borrower in Dublin has found  the sum they owed was now  €144,000 more than the original mortgage loan, due to the build-up of arrears

Private equity fund Mars Capital has offered its mortgage arrears customers substantial financial assistance in situations where they agree to surrend(...)

Permanent TSB was fined €4.5m by the Central Bank over its Springboard subsidiary overcharging customers. Photograph: Alan Betson

Sometimes things are drawn up in “corporate speak” and their importance can slip past. So we heard this week that Springboard Mortgages, a former sub(...)

Home repossessions aren’t part of the Irish culture

Figures published this week by the Central Bank paint a broadly more positive picture of Irish mortgage lending and household debt than a year ago. (...)

Brian Higgins, CEO of suicide prevention charity Pieta House, said there has been little impact so far. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Public support for the suicide prevention services formerly provided by Console has been maintained despite the crisis and subsequent closure of the c(...)

 The Tánaiste and Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald and Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar with moderator Ita Mangan at the nationwid launch of the Abhaile advice service for distressed mortgage holders. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

What is Abhaile? It is the latest Government plan to tackle the problem of mortgage arrears. This new national service “marks a departure in State a(...)

StepChange launched in Ireland in September last year after securing €6 million in funding from five retail banks here. It currently has 1,500 active clients around the country.

The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation (IMHO) has been appointed as the personal insolvency practitioner (PIP) for Dublin by StepChange, the debt ad(...)

 David Hall: he and his wife Susan Wiseman Hall are listed as directors of Lifeline. Directors’ emoluments for the year ending June 2015 totalled €209,966

Lifeline, the private ambulance operator service owned by businessman David Hall, reported a €101,231 profit for the 12 months ending June 2015. This (...)

Sara Sands and David Hall sell five different styles of capes for women in Harris tweed

D&G BLOSSOMS You too can be a princess, says Dolce & Gabbana, whose winter collection was all about fairytale and fantasy rather than their(...)

Recent years have been marked by vulture funds moving into the Irish mortgage market as banks look to offload troubled loan books and clean up their balance sheets. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A voluntary housing body established to compete with so-called vulture funds for at least €150 million worth of mortgages in arrears could be in place(...)

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