Mortgage accounts in arrears falls by more than 2,000

Mortgage accounts in arrears falls by more than 2,000

The number of mortgages in arrears fell by over 2,000 accounts in from August to September, according to new figures from the Department of Finance.

Those in arrears for more than three months fell by 1,468 to 81,156 accounts.

So far, some 45,000 thousand mortgages have been permanently restructured.

The total number of mortgages in some form of arrears stands at 118,438 out of a total of 698,809.


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