Affordable Mortgages – Rebuilding Ireland

A new government backed mortgage scheme – the “Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan”  (RIHL)  started on February 1st 2018. Some people are calling it the “affordable mortgages scheme” This RIHL will provide mortgages at reduced interest rates to first-time buyers who have been refused a mortgage or were offered “insufficient” finance, by at least two lenders.  […]
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Lending Limits on Mortgages in Ireland

New regulations were announced in 2015 by the  Irish Central Bank that set lending limits on mortgages in Ireland .  These mortgage lending regulations first came into force in February  2015 and were amended slightly in January 2017. They will also had a small change in Jan 2018 . The lending restrictions relate to The […]
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Low Interest Loans for People on Social Welfare or Pensions

A government backed scheme using Credit Unions to provide low cost loans has been rolled out nationwide. These small loans with  low interest rates are known as Micro Credit. The loans are called It Makes Sense loans – and  aim to provide small , low interest loans for people on Social Welfare or State Pensions […]
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