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Residents of the Republic continue to pay higher mortgage interest rates than most of their European counterparts, new figures show. The average interest rate on new Irish mortgage contracts was 2.8% in May, down seven basis points from the same month a year earlier. This compares to an EU average of 1.27 percent and means …

Australia has the second largest mortgage debt as a percentage of GDP among OECD countries, according to a new report. OECD research showed Australia had the second largest mortgage debt in 2020, just over 90 percent of GDP, behind Switzerland’s total, which accounts for almost 120 percent of GDP. In terms of mortgage burden, expressed …

People in the Republic continue to pay higher mortgage rates than most of their European counterparts, although the state is now lagging behind Greece. The average interest rate on new Irish mortgage contracts was 2.8% in April, up two basis points from the same month a year earlier, according to Central Bank figures. This puts …

Irish banks charge the highest mortgage rates in the euro area, according to the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI). The regulator’s latest monthly interest rate data shows the average rate applied to new mortgages here over the past 12 months was 2.79%. This compares to a euro area average of 1.26 percent. The differential costs …

Irish consumers still pay a massive premium on mortgage products compared to their European counterparts. Figures from the Central Bank show that the average rate applied to new mortgages here in January was 2.79 percent, compared to an average of 1.35 percent in the eurozone. The Irish rate was the highest in the euro area. …

One in four homeowners pay their lender’s high standard variable mortgage rate – and some even think it helps them pay off their loan faster … Borrowers could save £ 4,080 per year by ditching their standard variable rate This is the “default” rate at the end of your initial term and can go up …

Who pays the highest mortgage rates in the EU? We are doing it, with the Greeks. According to the latest Central Bank of Ireland interest rate bulletin – released this week – the average interest rate on new mortgages agreed in November was 2.79%. This is more than double the European average of 1.31%. Just …

A higher percentage of homeowners in Edmonton and Calgary have deferred their mortgage payments than in any other major city in Canada, according to figures shared by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. In Edmonton, 21% of mortgages were deferred in August, according to a list tweeted by CMHC President Evan Siddall. Calgary followed closely …