The Irish Banking Federation has today announced that it has amalgamated with the Irish Payment Services Organisation (IPSO). According to press release issued from the newly formed Banking and Payments … Continue reading Irish Banking Federation amalgamates and expands reach to Brussels
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There are two sets of what appear to be conflicting reports published on debt and mortgages today. First, the Central Bank. It produced a report that shows the level of … Continue reading A perception of difference on mortgage approvals and consumer debt
The rate of new mortgage approvals continued to grow in March according to the latest IBF Mortgage Approvals Report which tracks the number of new mortgages approved by mainstream lenders. … Continue reading Mortgage approvals rise in March
The latest figures from the IBF Mortgage Approvals Report, published today, show that a total of 1,093 mortgages to the value of €169 million were approved by lenders here during … Continue reading Little evidence of mortgage surge as approvals increase marginally
The number of mortgages granted in 2012 could fall to an all-time low as lenders continue to restrict lending. Based on the first quarter figures published by the Irish Banking … Continue reading Mortgage lending points to all-time low in 2012