Person: Karl Deeter
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
We are headed for a property crash in about seven years, writes
Mon, 15 May, 2017
Fri, 25 Nov, 2016
The Government should consider removing the rights of people to object to proposed developments as it is hugely costly, causes delays, and is not necessary, the Irish Planning Institute’s annual conference heard.
Fri, 15 Apr, 2016
Environment Minister Alan Kelly is facing fresh calls to publish the legal advice he says prevented him from adopting tough measures on the housing crisis, after experts challenged his claim such action would breach the Constitution.
Wed, 13 Apr, 2016
The Cabinet formally approved the one-year bankruptcy bill in a meeting over the phone yesterday.
Thu, 10 Dec, 2015
With a general election approaching, the Government can take satisfaction that many of the issues that arose after the crash have been addressed. The economy is growing again and the public finances and banking system have been stabilised.
Mon, 28 Sep, 2015
There are very few of us who have not been tenants at some stage. Whether starting college or starting work, or simply because of the hand life has dealt us, most of us have ended up having to deal with landlords at one time or another.
Mon, 21 Sep, 2015
Government intervention on standard variable-rate mortgages is a middle-class plea bargain that contradicts Central Bank policy on curtailing credit, a leading analyst has claimed.
Thu, 21 May, 2015
Renua is dominated by former minister Lucinda Creighton, though she says the party is bigger than just one person.
Sat, 14 Mar, 2015
Mortgage insurance will drive up prices, provide minimal protection to borrowers and do little to improve the supply of houses as it is “the wrong medicine for the job”, a group of industry experts said yesterday.
Fri, 28 Nov, 2014
The new benchmarks set by the Central Bank as part of the mortgage arrears resolution targets mean that fewer than 30% of mortgage holders will have to have a sustainable solution in order for the banks to meet the targets.
Thu, 05 Jun, 2014
The Irish Mortgage Brokers Association says failure to address the supply needs within the housing market could create another property bubble.
Sun, 01 Jun, 2014
Conor Power suggests rising house prices could be a good thing and bemoans what he sees as our reverse negativity
Fri, 03 Jan, 2014
Banks offering interest-only mortgages and other incentives to buy-to-let investors would help stabilise rents, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said, adding that the jump in Dublin house prices was not a cause for concern yet.
Tue, 10 Dec, 2013
Tracker mortgage holders will benefit to the tune of €150m from the latest ECB interest rate cut as their repayments fall from next week but those on variable mortgages look set to lose out once again.
Fri, 08 Nov, 2013
Owners of buy-to-let properties are unwilling to sell for anything less than what they paid for them, according to research.
Wed, 09 Oct, 2013
Rents in Dublin grew by 3.5% in the first quarter of the year - according to the latest index from the Private Residential Tenancies Board.
Thu, 12 Sep, 2013
Irish households last month funnelled over €500m more back into the banks than lending institutions gave to stimulate economic activity, according to the Central Bank.
Sat, 31 Aug, 2013
The price of houses and apartments increased during the year to the end of July by 2.3%, new CSO figures show.
Tue, 20 Aug, 2013
The banks are massaging their mortgage lending figures in an effort to meet their targets, according to members of the country’s leading brokers’ organisations.
Tue, 16 Jul, 2013
A bid to abolish the property tax and replace it with a site valuation charge once back in power has been rejected by Fianna Fáil.
Mon, 29 Apr, 2013
Property prices could fall another 20% but may yet stabilise, ratings agency Fitch said in its outlook for 2013.
Wed, 09 Jan, 2013
Homeowners are being urged to respond to the Revenue Commissioners immediately with a counter-valuation for the Property Tax.
Mon, 07 Jan, 2013
The Government is moving to close a loophole which stopped banks from repossessing homes.
Wed, 12 Dec, 2012
The Independent Mortgage Advisers Federation has denied claims by financial adviser Karl Deeter that up to a quarter of mortgage holders in arrears are voluntarily allowing their mortgages to slip towards default.
Wed, 04 Apr, 2012
AIB has relaxed its lending conditions for people seeking a mortgage, in a move that will see more people qualifying.
Tue, 04 Oct, 2011
Confusion over the possibility of the introduction of full or partial debt-forgiveness is increasing.
Sun, 28 Aug, 2011
IT could be 2014 before the European Central Bank (ECB) raises rates again, according to an Irish Examiner survey.
Wed, 24 Aug, 2011
It has been reported that NAMA is entering debt forgiveness talks with a number of property developers.
Sun, 31 Jul, 2011
BANKS have been accused of “cherry-picking” who they want to give mortgages to as brokers claim people can’t secure loans despite the number of applications increasing.
Fri, 29 Jul, 2011
THE Government must get its priorities right and deliver on an important tax law change that is penalising some pension payers.
Tue, 07 Jun, 2011
A HOMEOWNER could save thousands over the lifetime of their mortgage by increasing their repayments by €100 per month.
Tue, 26 Apr, 2011
Almost three quarters of Irish people think a debt forgiveness scheme should be put in place for people struggling to pay their mortgage.
Sun, 10 Apr, 2011
PERCHED on a chair overlooking a wood panel-lined room in Dublin’s High Court, a bespectacled Judge Elizabeth Dunne has become all-too-used to hearing from the victims of Ireland’s economic meltdown.
Sat, 12 Mar, 2011
TRACKER mortgage holders could be hit with up to five interest rate hikes by the end of next year — adding €150 a month to a €200,000 mortgage.
Wed, 16 Feb, 2011
HOMEOWNERS could be hit by mortgage increases as soon as this month as experts predict a 1% hike and an end to fixed-rate loans.
Fri, 07 Jan, 2011
HOMEOWNERS are likely to be hit by increases in mortgage interest rates in the first few months of the new year as lenders aim to claw back some of their massive losses.
Mon, 27 Dec, 2010
Holders of variable rate mortgages should brace themselves for an increase in the rate next year, according to the company Irish Mortgage Brokers.
Tue, 30 Nov, 2010
BANKS and building societies in Ireland are agreeing to cut loan and mortgage repayments by up to 90% for customers in genuine financial difficulty.
Mon, 01 Nov, 2010
HOMEOWNERS have seen the cost of their mortgages rise sharply in the last year with an average 250k mortgage repayment rising by up to €130 a month.
Fri, 15 Oct, 2010
The Government has denied claims that it didn't listen or respond to its own banking watchdog.
Thu, 23 Sep, 2010
HOMEOWNERS could see thousands slashed off their mortgages if a bid for EBS from a US billionaire is successful.
Thu, 16 Sep, 2010
A warning has been issued that predicted increases in mortgage interest rates will push many homebuyers into debt.
Sat, 24 Jul, 2010