Finance Ireland suspends long-term fixed mortgages as funding costs rise

By |2022-11-04T10:00:50+00:00October 28th, 2022|Efficient Debt Management|

Finance Ireland has withdrawn its pioneering long-term fixed mortgages from the market in a sign of growing pressure on non-bank lenders from higher funding costs. The specialist lender, which launched Ireland’s first 20-year fixed product just a year and a half ago, will now stop offering fixes of 10 years or more to new customers. The

Huge interest in Government’s shared equity mortgage scheme

By |2022-10-21T13:35:23+00:00October 21st, 2022|News|

STRONG interest has been registered in the new scheme that sees the State taking equity in homes. It is for those whose income is too low to get them a big enough mortgage to purchase their first home. Some 508 buyers have been approved for the shared equity First Home scheme since in it was

Customers in line for potential boost from Royal London.

By |2022-10-14T08:51:12+00:00October 14th, 2022|News|

Policyholders with a leading insurance company are in line for a financial boost worth almost a thousand euro. Some 93,000 people who have old Royal Liver, Caledonian Life and some Irish Life policies are set to get an average top-up to their policies of €900, if the plan is approved. They will get access to

Auto-enrollment given Government Greenlight.

By |2022-10-10T10:08:23+00:00October 10th, 2022|Pensions, Personal Finance|

HUNDREDS of thousands of workers are set to benefit from a new pension scheme that has been finally agreed on by the Government. The much-delayed auto-enrolment scheme is expected to be introduced in the year after next. It has been decades since the idea for such a scheme was first mooted. Close to one million

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