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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: Irish Property News.. Home Buyers Guide 2009.. 25/08: Lending firm CEO goes part-time as credit crunch deepens.. Peter Mitchell of home equity release provider Seniors Money has resigned from the top job, citing lack of adequate funds due to the ongoing credit crisis, and will continue in a part-time advisory capacity as a non-executive director.. He was appointed only in mid-2007.. Continue reading from source:.. Tribune.. Back.. Mortgage Quote.. Property Surveys.. Snag Lists.. BER Energy Ratings.. Property Guides.. Property News.. Home Buyers Guide 2009.. HOME BUYER WEBSITES:.. 2009.. Pay Per Click.. by.. PPC Ireland..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 25/08: Property Investment 'at a standstill'.. According to research from estate agent CB Richard Ellis, investors agreed 392m worth of deals in Ireland in the six months, compared with 1.. 9 billion in the same period last year.. The firm says the property investment market in Ireland has come to 'a virtual standstill' in recent months, adding that property values must fall further for activity to return.. RTE..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 20/08: House price 'rip offs' probed by watchdog.. In an unprecedented move, the Financial Regulator is checking claims that brokers have illegally shared data about how much people could afford to pay.. The sweeping probe comes after persistent claims that brokers may have used housebuyers' financial information to artificially inflate house prices by pushing buyers to the absolute limit of their spending power.. That has now come back to haunt the thousands who are suffering negative equity -- where people end up owing more money on their property than it is worth.. Independent..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 20/08: Nationwide prepares ground for Irish Operation.. Nationwide intends to set up an operation subject to approval from the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the Irish Financial Services Regulatory Authority (IFSRA), which will initially offer savings products by post, phone and online.. This is a prudent strategic move by the Society that will enable  ...   operations and funding opportunities in the Irish Republic.. The Society already has one of the strongest balance sheets in UK financial services in terms of its construct and its quality.. A further announcement will be made, once approval has been given by the FSA and the IFSRA, prior to the initial launch of the operation..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 20/08: Cheaper rents and more choice - good news for students.. This increase in the supply of rental properties has pushed rents downwards - falling 2.. 2% in the past three months.. While overall the cost of accommodation for students is falling this year, there are significant differences in rents across the country.. Dublin-based students pay significantly more than those in college outside the capital - a student at DCU staying near the college will pay an average of 525 per month for a double room, while in Cork, UCC students will pay less than 400.. In Limerick, UL students will pay on average 309 for a double room, while students at Trinity College will pay 649 for a double room in Dublin city centre.. Despite market conditions, Ronan Lyons, economist with Daft.. ie, cautions students against waiting to late to pick their  ...   in supply of rental properties is having its biggest impact on rents outside the big cities.. Rents in Munster, Connacht and Ulster are between 3% and 6% below their 2007 levels.. Rents in the bigger cities are largely at the same level as this time last year, having risen in the second half of 2007 and fallen over the past number of months.. Looking ahead to the rest of 2008 and early 2009, Ronan Lyons sees current trends continuing "Overall, demand in the rental market seems to be holding up well, with the number of properties being rented rising from below 7,000 a month in late 2007 to above 10,000 in recent months.. Nonetheless, with the number of rental properties coming on to the market increasing every month, rents look set to fall for the rest of the year and possibly into 2009..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 15/08: Buyers beware: sharp falls in house prices are likely to continue.. WITH HOUSE prices falling fast and likely, come the autumn, to fall even faster, no sane person would currently even think of buying a house.. But this immediately raises the question of how long the crash will last.. In other words, how long will it be before you can buy a house and not  ...   house prices abroad, we can see that they fall into two broad groups.. In the first group, that includes Japan and Switzerland, prices suffered a long, slow decline of a few per cent a year for a decade.. The second group, that includes the Netherlands and Finland, saw real prices halve in three to four years, and then fall gently for a few more years.. IrishTimes.. com..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 14/08: Euro zone economy shrank in Q2.. The results, released by the the EU's Eurostat agency, will increase fears that the euro zone is heading into a formal recession.. The euro zone had grown by 0.. 7% in the first three months of 2008, helped by a 1.. 3% rise in Germany.. But separate figures this morning showed that both the German and French economies contracted in Q2..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 14/08: NIB defends low profit margins on tracker mortgage deals.. Last week the bank said its total lending book now exceeds 10bn, with 37pc of that made up of residential lending.. But it admitted yesterday it made just 2m in profits on its mortgage lending in the first half  ...   profit was due to higher funding costs, the fact that the bank was competing aggressively to acquire customers and a prudent provisioning policy.. "We are not taking a bath on the LTV mortgage product.. Funding costs will come back and we are engaged in developing relationships with customers," he said..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 13/08: Property Prices set to plunge 40% from their peak.. Prices will continue declining for the rest of this year, with no return to price growth until 2009 at the earliest, the economists believe.. House prices peaked in January/February 2007 but have been falling for the past 16 months.. Now a number of Irish economists have predicted at least another 18 months of property-price plunges.. According to the survey conducted by 'Finance' magazine, Dermot O'Leary of Goodbody Stockbrokers said he expected the price correction to last until the end of 2010..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 12/11: House Prices Fall nearly 10% in 12 months.. Average national house prices fell by 0.. 6% in June according to the latest edition of the permanent tsb / ESRI House Price Index.. This follows reductions [1.. 2%] in May, [1.. 1%] in April, [0.. 7%] in March, [0.. 8%] in February and [0.. 7%] in January.. In the first half of 2008 average national prices fell by 5.. 0%, compared with - 4.. 4% to May 2008 and a drop of 2.. 6% to June 2007.. Measuring the rate of growth in the 12 months (year on year) to June, average national prices were down by 9.. 7%.. This compares to a decline of 9.. 5% recorded in the 12 months to May.. The average price paid for a house nationally in June 2008 was euro 273,392.. This compares to euro 287,887 in December 2007 and euro 302,605 in June last year.. Commenting on the results, Niall O Grady, General Manager Business Strategy, permanent tsb said: Price reductions are continuing nationally and while there have been reductions in all segments of the market, the.. sharper fall in the price of new houses reflects a more aggressive approach by developers in order to stimulate some market demand.. Dublin V Rest of Country:.. Dublin house prices fell by 0.. 2% in June while houses outside Dublin reduced by 0.. 8%.. In May the relative price changes were -1.. 6% and -0.. In the first half of 2008 prices for Dublin and Outside Dublin were down 4.. 5%.. and 5.. 1% respectively.. The equivalent changes last year were -2.. 0% and -3.. 2%.. House prices were reduced by 9.. 4% and 8.. 3% in the twelve months to June 2008 in Dublin and Outside Dublin respectively.. The equivalent changes in the twelve months to May were -10.. 4% and -8.. 4% respectively.. The average price paid for a house in  ...   4.. 8% in same period last year.. House prices in this category were reduced by 2.. 0% year on year to June 2008 compared with a reduction of 2.. 9% to May 2008.. The price of a 3 bedroom semi in June 2008 was euro 290,934 - down from euro 299,412 recorded in Dec.. 07.. First time buyers V.. Second time buyers:.. House prices for first-time and second-time buyers were reduced by 0.. 2% and 0.. 6% respectively in June 2008.. In May the equivalent rates showed reductions of 1.. 2% and 1.. Year to date prices for first-time and secondtime.. buyers were down 5.. 5% and 4.. 7% respectively, while growth rates for the same period last year were -3.. 2% and -2.. 6%.. House prices were reduced by 8.. 7% and 9.. 9% year on year to June 2008 for first-time and second-time buyers respectively.. The equivalent rates to May were reductions of 9.. 4% and 9.. 9% respectively.. The average price paid by a first-time buyer and a second-time buyer in June 2008 was EUR 246,529 and EUR 306,380 respectively.. The equivalent prices in December 2007 were EUR 260,786 and EUR 321,498.. New V.. Existing Houses.. House prices for new and second-hand houses reduced by 1.. 3% and 0.. 4% respectively in June 2008.. In May the relative price reductions were 1.. 7% and 1.. Year to date prices for new and existing houses were down 6.. 1% and 3.. The equivalent changes last year were -1.. New and second hand house prices fell by 8.. 8% and 10.. 1% respectively year on year to June 2008.. The equivalent changes to May were -8.. 3% and -10.. 0% respectively.. The average price paid for a new house in June 2008 was EUR 272,532, while that paid for a second hand house was EUR 273,592.. The equivalent levels in December 2007 were EUR 290,296 and EUR 284,608..

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  • Title: Irish Property News
    Descriptive info: 11/08: House Prices down 15,000 this year.. According to the figures, compiled by Permanent TSB and the ESRI, house prices fell by 0.. 6% in June from May.. This was the smallest monthly drop so far this year.. The average price of a house in June was 273,392, and house prices fell by 9.. 7% over the previous 12 months..

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