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#Davy Stockbrokers

# davy-stockbrokers - Wednesday 14 February, 2018

Irish house prices have soared again and people's wages can't keep up

The cost of a home is up by more than 12% in the last year.

# davy-stockbrokers - Friday 27 January, 2017

Mortgage approval rates have shot up by nearly 30% in a year

New figures show a 28% increase in mortgage approvals since last year.

# davy-stockbrokers - Friday 29 May, 2015

The Central Bank's new mortgage rules are slowing lending to house-buyers in a MAJOR way

Year on year growth in mortgage lending has slowed to 12%, its lowest in two years.

# davy-stockbrokers - Tuesday 24 February, 2015

No deal: The government is playing hardball over the Aer Lingus sale

The Transport Minister wants a longer guarantee on the airline’s Heathrow slots

# davy-stockbrokers - Tuesday 19 August, 2014

Irish small businesses are getting hungrier for credit

ISME warned that the extra demand must be met by new lending.

# davy-stockbrokers - Monday 19 May, 2014

Government's mortgage plan won't solve housing crisis - Davy

95 per cent mortgages are the solution to a problem, but it’s not a problem we have.

# davy-stockbrokers - Tuesday 7 January, 2014

Ireland’s post-bailout return to the bond markets raised €3.75 bn

Demand for the 10-year benchmark bond amounted to €14 billion.

# davy-stockbrokers - Wednesday 31 July, 2013

Over 43,000 homeowners in arrears could have properties repossessed

The property owners are at risk of legal action once banks’ ability to seek repossession is restored following the passing of new legislation, a new report states.

# davy-stockbrokers - Friday 17 August, 2012

Mortgage arrears could rise to 18 per cent, says report

Banks have still not recognised losses in full, says Davy Research, as it warns that mortgage arrears could rise from 13.5 per cent to as much as 18 per cent.

# davy-stockbrokers - Friday 16 March, 2012

House prices will continue to fall in 2012 - Davy

Property prices in Ireland are still not showing signs of stabilisation and are likely continue to decline throughout 2012, according to Davy Stockbrokers.