Tag Archives: mortgage

Should I sell my rental property at a loss?

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Q. I currently owe approx €300,000 mortgage on 2 houses. €130,000 on my own house and €160,000 on the house that is rented. My net pay is €2,000 a month plus €1,100 rent. Mortgage repayments are €2,000 a month. I … Continue reading

Can PTSB move me off my interest-only mortgage?

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Q. I have a buy-to-let mortgage paying interest only with Permanent TSB. They have told me they want me to pay capital plus interest or stay on interest only but only if I pay an extra 1% interest. Are they … Continue reading

I am in negative equity, can I hand back the keys?

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Q. I am in negative equity on a house I bought for rental in 2004. I bought it for just over €300,000 and am about to come off a fixed rate and onto a standard variable rate

Can I remove my dad as personal guarantee?

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I am thinking of emigrating and want to remove my father from my mortgage as personal gaurantee. What are my options? Q. I bought an apartment three years ago for €360,000 and am now in negative equity of about €100,000. … Continue reading

Can my ex-father in law stop mortgage guarantee?

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Q. I split from husband over three years ago and I still live in the family home with our three children.