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#Mortgage distress

From TheJournal.ie 'They're refusing to engage': Banks reject almost half of personal insolvency proposals Mortgage Distress

'They're refusing to engage': Banks reject almost half of personal insolvency proposals

The head of the insolvency service said banks are challenging proposals “on as many fronts as possible”.

From TheJournal.ie This map shows food poverty 'is a reality in every county in Ireland' Food Poverty

This map shows food poverty 'is a reality in every county in Ireland'

Two unions are calling on the government to provide aid to organisations offering food assistance to those struggling this Christmas.

From TheJournal.ie David Hall: Only bankers would benefit from my winning a seat in Europe European Elections

David Hall: Only bankers would benefit from my winning a seat in Europe

The mortgage arrears campaigner said he doesn’t think he could make any difference even if he won a seat in Europe.

From TheJournal.ie Hogan still expecting report on Priory Hall, despite reports mediation has collapsed Priory Hall

Hogan still expecting report on Priory Hall, despite reports mediation has collapsed

The former residents believe that the process has fallen apart, with bank bosses indicating last week they would seek their own solutions for mortgage-holders.

From TheJournal.ie Court orders for repossessions fall by 30pc in 2012 Repossessions

Court orders for repossessions fall by 30pc in 2012

Figures from the Courts Service show that the number of repossessions has fallen 46 per cent in two years.

From TheJournal.ie New insolvency regime may not help troubled mortgage holders - Troika Euroleaks

New insolvency regime may not help troubled mortgage holders - Troika Exclusive

The Troika has raised concerns about the effectiveness of the new personal insolvency law that is aimed at helping the country’s many distressed mortgage holders.

From TheJournal.ie Lenders following arrears guidelines from Keane Report, says Central Bank Mortgages

Lenders following arrears guidelines from Keane Report, says Central Bank

The Central Bank says commercial banks are bringing forward new proposals to assist people in mortgage difficulty.