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Ireland Now Seeing 800 New Mortgages Every 24 Hours

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http://www.housefund.co.uk/2006/09/800-mor...in-one-day.html

800 mortgages in one day

The number of mortgages taken out in Ireland is now running at 800 a day - a substantially higher number than previously estimated.
The figures come from a joint report of the Irish mortgage market from the Irish Bankers Federation and PricewaterhouseCoopers. It reveals that in the second quarter of 2006, a total of 53,449 mortgage loans were granted. These loans are split into five groupings, first time buyers (17.6%), mover purchasers (21.7%), purchasers of residential investment properties (13.3%), re-mortgages (13.0%) and top-up mortgages (34.4%).

top-up mortgages (34.4%). :blink:

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http://www.housefund.co.uk/2006/09/800-mor...in-one-day.html

800 mortgages in one day

The number of mortgages taken out in Ireland is now running at 800 a day - a substantially higher number than previously estimated.
The figures come from a joint report of the Irish mortgage market from the Irish Bankers Federation and PricewaterhouseCoopers. It reveals that in the second quarter of 2006, a total of 53,449 mortgage loans were granted. These loans are split into five groupings, first time buyers (17.6%), mover purchasers (21.7%), purchasers of residential investment properties (13.3%), re-mortgages (13.0%) and top-up mortgages (34.4%).

top-up mortgages (34.4%). :blink:

Dublin prices are insane. The economy is propped up by a few big overseas companies. They think 10 fold increases in prices are normal. Talk about idiots.

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