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# Mortgage Arrears

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IMHO: ‘Interest only repayments are not a long-term solution to mortgage arrears’
Column: We hope to ease the enormous pressure placed on mortgage holders
Constantin Gurdgiev
Work to do on mortgage restructuring as long-term arrears remain high
Honohan: Banks threatened repossession in 62 per cent of 'sustainable solutions'
Anti-eviction activists vow to protect Kanturk family home
'You were in bed with the banks!': The Dáil has had its first row of the new term
LIVE: Ulster Bank chief Jim Brown faces Finance Committee
'It's like being in a maze': FG TD tells BOI chief he is not facilitating committee
AIB says 4% of its total mortgage holders are in 'strategic default'
Mortgage arrears crisis the 'defining issue of our time'
TDs and Senators coming back next week to grill bankers over mortgage arrears
Permanent TSB tells customer in arrears of €200 to sell her house
1,600 people waiting to see MABS advisors
Column: Austerity isn't working – so what alternatives exist for October's Budget?
Dr Rory Hearne
New law removes legal gap preventing house repossessions
Borrowers may be able to leave tracker mortgage when rates increase
This graph shows how bad the mortgage arrears crisis is
Almost 95,000 mortgage holders are in arrears
Column: Tenants shouldn't pay the price for landlords struggling with mortgage repayments
Bob Jordan
Debt advice service sees people trying to cope 'breaking down in tears'
Revenue to waive tax on sale of properties for owners in arrears
Mortgage holders in arrears are older and more likely to have children - report
IMF: Bank losses and IBRC wind-down could cost taxpayer another €16bn
IMF: European help, progress on mortgages crucial to exit from bailout
Junior Minister admits banks have 'hoodwinked' the government
AIB recorded pre-tax loss of €3.8 billion in 2012
Permanent TSB records €922 million loss for 2012
Revenue assures that mortgage write-offs won't be subject to tax
FF publishes bill to remove bank veto from insolvency regime
Mortgage write-offs 'could be subject to 33pc tax'
Bruton: No 'global strategy' for telling homes how to make deals with banks
Popes, parades and Gay Mitchell : The week in numbers
Noonan: Claim about strategic mortgage defaulters is 'wholly anecdotal'
Leaders' Questions: Concerns over banks' role in mortgage arrears plan
David Hall: Mortgage arrears plan is a 'horrific step for mortgage holders'
Government outlines plan to tackle mortgage arrears
Banks 'do not have a veto' to block insolvency deals, insists Kenny
Kenny defends Government's stance on dealing with mortgage arrears