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Of note: the median rental price of a Dublin 1-bed apartment on daft.ie hit €1,500 for the first time. The decline in all arrears categories for PDHs has levelled out. Arrears of 90 days or less have increased for the second quarter in a row. We could be down to the difficult (and large) rump of mortgages that will never be rehabilitated.

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Arrears of 90 days orless have increased for the second quarter in a row. We could be down to the difficult (and large) rump of mortgages that will never be rehabilitated.


I think we've been there since about 2012!!!

In other news the jump in very early arrears shouldn't be a huge surprise given the very strong growth in new mortgages in recent years. Underwriting standards are no doubt higher since the boom and the economy is doing very well too. But still, some of these are going to get into arrears at some point, and the absolute increase is quite low.


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