The Central Bank said overall mortgage arrears rose in the second quarter, but early arrears declined. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

CIARA O’BRIENMortgage arrears continued to climb in the second quarter of the year, and a more than 200 homes were repossessed by banks, new data from(...)

David Duffy, research officer at the ESRI, has predicted significant rises in property prices this year

Residential property prices in Ireland will rise by an average of up to 7 per cent nationally and up to 10 per cent in Dublin this year, according to(...)

The housing market is beginning to show signs of stability, recent data has shown Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Ireland’s housing market could be showing further signs of stabilisation, a new report has claimed, with the Irish Banking Federation the latest to pr(...)

Mortgages to the value of ¤518 million were issued during the second quarter of this year. Photo: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Mortgages to the value of €518 million were issued during the second quarter of this year, new figures show.This was up 56.1 per cent on the previous (...)

Jan O’Sullivan: “At present, the
at
 situation isn’t entirely clear and it is the tenant who may be disadvantaged as a result”

Receivers who take over rented housing could be forced to accept the full duty of landlords under legislation being considered by Minister of State fo(...)

Noel Brett’s job as chief executive of the Irish Banking Federation comes with a package worth €200,000-plus a year and is a permanent role. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Noel Brett’s appointment as chief executive of the Irish Banking Federation (IBF) marks a move from road crashes to bank crashes. The Mayo man’s appoi(...)

Outgoing chief executive of the Road Safety Authority Noel Brett who has been appointed to lead the IBF. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The outgoing chief exectiveof the Road Safety Authority Noel Brett has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Irish Banking Federation. Mr B(...)

Road safety chief Noel Brett has been given the task of steering a course for the Irish Banking Federation (IBF) in the coming years after being appointed yesterday as its new chief executive.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Road safety chief Noel Brett has been given the task of steering a course for the Irish Banking Federation (IBF) in the coming years after being appoi(...)

The average value of mortgages given for house purchases was down 2.6 per cent in June at €174,675. Top-up and remortgage values grew almost 26 per cent on average to €108,112. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Lenders approved 1,652 mortgages with a total value of €280 million in June, figures released by the Irish Banking Federation (IBF) today show.The act(...)

The Money Advice and Budgeting Service has said “certain lenders” scheduled to be involved in a Central Bank pilot scheme for distressed borrowers wit(...)

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