Real Estate


Northern Ireland pensioners get rates deferral option

Pensioners in Northern Ireland are to be able to defer rate bills until they die or sell their properties

Kilkenny auction a bid to get the market going

Twenty houses are to be offered for sale on Saturday in a group auction in Kilkenny – with guide prices low, the hope is to get the market moving, writes MICHAEL PARSONS

Home truths: key factors when trying to get a mortgage

A permanent employment contract, a clean credit rating and a history of savings are key factors that will help mortgage seekers pass banks' rigorous stress-testing, writes Charlie Weston

First loss for Allied Irish Banks after property loans hit

Allied Irish Banks posted its first full-year loss today after suffering in Ireland's property market crash.

Dublin's property market is improving

DONAL THORNTON IrishCentral.com 25.02.2010
Dublin's property market is improving

The Irish property website MyHome.ie has said that the number of second hand properties that were "sale agreed" has significantly increased.

Struggling households need a Nama for distressed home loans

Mortgage debt is the only type of secured lending from which borrowers cannot hide. Hand back the keys after paying off a bit more than half a loan to pay for a car and the law gives the borrower some level of protection to shield from the finance company, possibly preserving a clean credit rating into the future. But the mortgage debt never goes away.

ERA Ireland announce deal with Globrix

http://www.independent.ie/business/commercial-property/era-ireland-announce-deal-with-globrix-207400 Independent 22.02.2010
Estate agents plan large-scale housing auction

Estate agents from around the country are coming together to host a massive auction this April in the hope it will kickstart the housing market.

ERA Ireland announce deal with Globrix

ERA Ireland announce a deal that sees all 4,500 ERA Ireland properties for sale and to let now featuring on the www.globrix.ie property search portal.

Rents on the rise? Depends where you look

Anglo Irish Bank appoints KPMG as receiver over certain UK properties

ANGLO IRISH Bank has appointed KPMG as receiver over certain properties in the UK in which its former director Tom Browne, has an interest.

Rents on the rise? Depends where you look

There’s been a marginal pick-up in rents in Dublin city centre but many blocks remain empty in outlying suburbs

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