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What To Know About Taking Advantage of a Real Estate Slow Down

According to data from Rent Seeker, the real estate market in the greater Toronto area is experiencing somewhat of a slowdown. The housing market declined for the third consecutive month in July, and sales dropped more than 40 percent, based on information from the
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To Loan or Not to Loan? Running the Home Improvement Loan Numbers

When you’re considering a big home improvement project it’s a good idea to weigh your different options for how to pay for it. A loan can often ease the immediate financial burden, but it comes with a cost. Determining whether that cost is worth
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What Is Mortgage Foreclosure and How to Manage It

Failing to pay your mortgage installments on time may result in losing your home. When the delay is only one month, you are notified by the lender of it and urged to pay. If the delay, however, is between three and six months, the
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A brief introduction to property managers

Have you recently invested in a property development? Are you unsure of the best way to ensure the property is run to a high standard? This short guide can give you a brief introduction to aspects involved with choosing a property manager.   Property
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Mortgage lending falls in wake of Brexit vote

The number of mortgages advanced for house purchases fell in the first month after Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
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Mixed fortunes for homebuyers as mortgage approvals hit a low

The number of mortgages approved by high street banks fell to a three-month low in February but remained above the monthly average for 2016, according to the British Bankers’ Association.
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McAteer’s €8m Anglo loan was fraudulent, court hears

Willie McAteer, the former finance director of Anglo Irish Bank, has pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining an €8 million loan from the bank (Conor Gallagher writes).
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Bank director fined for role in loan fraud

The former director of lending at Anglo Irish Bank, Pat Whelan, has been fined €3,000 for failing to keep a proper record of a fraudulent €8 million loan to his colleague, Willie McAteer.
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Bank criticised for not recording loan sales

The Central Bank’s admission that it does not know how many business loans have been sold to vulture funds has been described as incredible by Fianna Fail’s finance spokesman.