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BFCSA: Ireland's Household Debt Crisis - far from over

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Ireland's Household Debt Crisis Still Far From Over

Many Irish homeowners are finding it difficult to make their mortgage payments:  Wall Street Journal 21 Aug 2013

DUBLIN—Ireland is set to end its three-year reliance on international aid at the end of this year, but that achievement will be of little immediate benefit to many Irish people trapped with home loans they will likely never be able to repay.

The painful legacy of the property market and banking collapse that forced Ireland to seek a €67.5 billion ($90 billion) bailout from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund has left house prices at nearly half their boom-time levels of 2007, according to official data published this week.

Many Irish homeowners are finding it difficult to make payments.

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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 15 September 2013

    While there's some consolation in knowing we're not alone, the depth and extent of the dirty lies and tricks played on the Irish homeowners and borrowers by their government is atrocious.
    Little wonder their distress and disgust has over flowed until they have had to take direct action any way they can against the grubs.
    The govt only have themselves to blame. A right royal con job played on their people. The Irish situation is a seedbed for civil war.

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