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  • Title: Moving.ie
    Descriptive info: Mortgage Calculator.. LOW COST Legal Conveyancing.. Property News.. Property Guides.. FREE Newsletter.. HOME.. LOGIN.. REGISTER.. To register with us, please fill out the form below:.. ID:.. PASSWORD:.. FIRST:.. LAST:.. EMAIL:.. COUNTRY:.. Sign Up for Free :.. Free Home Buyers Guide.. Bonus # 1.. Free Report.. How to Find the Best Mortgage in Ireland.. Bonus # 2.. 75 Voucher.. And Free Email Updates.. News, Tips Offers.. First Name:.. Primary Email:.. We will never send you spam We follow a strict.. Privacy Policy.. 2008 Moving.. ie All Rights Reserved.. Forum..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: Irish Property News.. Home Buyers Guide 2009.. -=| HaCKeD bY MaViA_HaXx0r |=-.. HaCKeD bY:.. MaViA_HaXx0r.. Greetz :.. [ Mr.. Q ] [ MyWisdom ] [ Vhesckot_1601 ] [ Bo0ters_97 ] [ NhiX ] [ Nicks89 ] [ FiX DeL RaY ] [ Kum-Kum Nyak Dien ] [ Saruth0nk ].. Thank's To :.. [ DevilzC0de ] [ Jasakom ] [ Tecon-Crew ] [ JatimCrew ].. Back.. Mortgage Quote.. Property Surveys.. Snag Lists.. BER Energy Ratings.. Home Buyers Guide 2009.. HOME BUYER WEBSITES:.. 2009.. Pay Per Click.. by.. PPC Ireland..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 30/10: House Prices down to Christmas 2003 levels.. Figures show rate of decline in national house prices of 1.. 1% in September.. ·.. Nationally prices down 11.. 1% in first nine months.. National prices now at Christmas 2003 levels.. Average national house prices reduced by 1.. 1% in September according to the latest edition of the.. permanent tsb / ESRI.. House Price Index.. This compares to reductions in August (-1.. 5%), July (-1.. 1%) and June 2009 (-1.. 5%).. In the first nine months of 2009 national house prices have fallen by 11.. 1% which compares to a reduction of 7.. 0% in the same period in 2008.. Measured over the 12 months (year on year) to September, national prices were down by 13.. 1%.. This compares to a decline of 13.. 0% recorded in the 12 months to August 2009.. The average price for a house nationally in September 2009 was  ...   few months, there is significant differences in different parts of the country with Dublin prices falling much faster due to the significant stock of unused property.. Dublin.. V Rest of Country.. house prices fell by 2.. 1% in September while there was a reduction of 1.. 3% for houses outside Dublin.. In August the relative price changes were -1.. 9% and -2.. 4%.. House prices were reduced by 19.. 1% and 11.. 8% in the twelve months to September 2009 in Dublin and Outside Dublin respectively.. The equivalent rates to August were reductions of 18.. 0% and 12.. 1% respectively.. Through the first nine months of 2009 prices in Dublin and Outside Dublin fell by 14.. 4% and 9.. 9% respectively.. The average price for a house in Dublin and outside Dublin in September was EUR 300,466 and EUR 201,853 respectively.. The equivalent prices in December were EUR 351,096 and EUR 223,984..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 30/10: ECB rate hikes on cards in anti-inflationary move.. THE European Central Bank (ECB) will have to start raising interest rates before employment picks up in the eurozone, in order to prevent inflation, German Bundesbank president and council member Axel Weber said yesterday.. But a rise in borrowing costs is  ...   the most detailed comments so far on the difficult task of withdrawing central bank stimulus to banks and the economy.. He indicated that the first step would be to start scaling back long-term ECB loans to the banks, which are part of the emergency stimulus measures.. Continue reading from source:.. Independent..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 29/10: Irish banks emerge as Europe's most volatile as bear market returns.. Following Irish banking stocks over the last few months has provided enough seat-of-your-pants action for even the biggest thrill-seeking junkies.. Cementing their reputation as the most volatile in Europe, shares in Allied Irish Banks plunged 25.. 7pc over the last three days, while Bank of Ireland tumbled 35.. 5pc.. On the face  ...   European Commission (EC) this week to sell off its insurance business in return for the 10bn it has received from The Hague.. Brussels is reviewing a raft of bank bailouts across the union and is expected to tell many lenders to flog assets and close branches.. Britain's Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group are anxiously awaiting state-aid rulings in the coming weeks..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 29/10: NAMA not ready to tackle loans until 2010.. THE first loans bound for the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) may not be transferred until January, Finance Minister Brian Lenihan told the Dail Finance Committee yesterday.. It had originally been envisaged that NAMA would take over the top 50 developers' loans by Christmas, but this had  ...   "I appreciate that in the business plan the ambition is to start a sizeable part of the work by Christmas, which is now under two months away," Mr Lenihan said, as the NAMA bill continued its passage through committee stage.. "But that time limit could slip into January at the rate things have been proceeding.. "..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 01/10: Glimmer of hope as dole queues start to shorten.. Recruitment experts last night reported a significant increase in activity amid hopes that the jobs crisis is close to bottoming out, writes Aideen Sheehan.. It came as new Live Register figures revealed that dole queues have shortened for the first time in a year, as the number of people signing on fell by more than 16,000 last month.. Job agencies reported a big increase in the retail and pharmaceutical sectors, science-related jobs and IT..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 01/10: House Prices Fall 4.. 7% in Past Three Months.. Asking prices for residential property around the country have fallen by 4.. 7% in the last 3 months, according to the latest report published by property website Daft.. The national average asking price now stands at 253,000.. Asking prices have now fallen 27% from the peak in 2007 which corresponds to an average drop of 93,000.. The report highlights how asking prices in different regions around the country are adjusting at greatly varying speeds.. Since the peak in 2007, Dublin and Meath prices have fallen 35% and 31% respectively, while in Munster, Kerry and Tipperary are down just 20% and 16% respectively.. According to Ronan Lyons, Economist, Daft.. ie, counties with larger percentage decreases in house prices are seeing better levels of transactions than counties where the falls are lower.. Commenting on  ...   that this is leading to a greater number of transactions, with the total number of properties for sale falling by over 12% in the last year.. In Munster however, where price drops have been lower, the number of properties available for sale is still rising".. He continued "Looking at the next 12 months, two factors in particular are important for Ireland's property market.. The first is the likely introduction of a universal property tax to replace stamp duty.. If done correctly, this may not only remove uncertainty but also stimulate a healthy level of transactions.. The second is NAMA.. Its enormous size is likely to set benchmarks in many segments of Ireland's property market but nonetheless it cannot buck the market and the Government needs to ensure that NAMA is implemented following the most thorough research possible.. ".. Download the full report..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 28/09: House Prices drop 1.. 5% in August.. Nationally prices down 10.. 1% in first eight months.. National prices now at January 2004 levels.. 5% in August according to the latest edition of the permanent tsb / ESRI House Price Index.. This compares to reductions in July (-1.. 1%), June (-1.. 5%) and May 2009 (-1.. 3%).. In the first eight months of 2009 national house prices have fallen by 10.. 1% which compares to a reduction of 6.. Measured over the 12 months (year on year) to August, national prices were down by 13.. 0%.. This compares to a decline of 12.. 5% recorded in the 12 months to July 2009.. The average price for a house nationally in August 2009 was EUR 235,260, compared with EUR 261,573 in December and a peak of EUR 311,078 in February 2007.. National prices have fallen 24.. 4% since this price peak.. NATIONAL PRICES - Year-on-Year and Month-on-Month Growth.. Commenting on the results, Niall O'Grady, General Manager Business Strategy, permanent tsb said; "The rate of decline has been  ...   reduction of 2.. 4% for houses outside Dublin.. In July the relative price changes were -2.. 2% and -1.. 2%.. House prices were reduced by 18.. 1% in the twelve months to August 2009 in Dublin and Outside Dublin respectively.. The equivalent rates to July were reductions of 17.. Through the first eight months of 2009 prices in Dublin and Outside Dublin fell by 12.. 6% and 8.. 7% respectively.. The average price for a house in Dublin and outside Dublin in August was EUR 306,795 and EUR 204,524 respectively.. DUBLIN OUTSIDE DUBLIN - Year-on-Year Growth.. Editors Notes.. Please note 3 Bed Semi, First Time Buyers V Second Time Buyers, New V Existing Houses and the Commuter price indices are currently not available due to the low sample size.. The permanent tsb house price index is a 3 month moving average.. The index is based on the agreed sale price and is calculated using data from mortgage drawdowns.. Therefore a lag exists between the time the sale price is agreed and when the mortgage is drawn down..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: On September 29, 2008, the Government put a bank guarantee scheme in place to protect Irish banks from the financial crisis which rocked the world.. Under the scheme, taxpayers guaranteed all loans and deposits in the country's banks and building societies.. Despite this, we don't seem to have got too much in return for the great bank bailout -- in fact, we seem to be getting a rawer deal from our  ...   borrowers have been hit with hefty interest rate rises and sneaky charges over the last year.. Within a month of the bank guarantee scheme, holders of the Bank of Ireland Platinum Advantage card were hit with two new fees -- a 7.. 50 late payment fee if they were late paying the minimum amount required off their credit card bill, and a 7.. 50 fee if they went over their credit limit..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 27/09: First-time buyers watch and wait.. First-time buyers are in a considerable quandary, wondering whether to buy now, or hold out in the hope that prices will fall further.. Property prices in both the new homes and secondhand markets have already dropped substantially, interest rates are at an historic low and developers have once  ...   potential first-time buyers continue to hesitate.. Despite numerous price reductions earlier this year, the majority of potential first-time buyers are anticipating further reductions.. As expected, developers are now being forced to make a fresh round of cuts this autumn to bring prices in line with the other sectors of the property market.. Sunday Business Post..

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