Mary has rented her property to students. She says never again. She ended up with a bill of 3,000 euro after they wrecked her house.
Owen took offence to the Edge wearing his woolly hat in the church at the funeral of Seamus Heaney.
Peter has been reading the personal insolvency document. He wants to make the point that people should not accept interest only arrangements. You will pay for it in the long run. You get nothing for free.
Horror stories from landlords who reckon it was a mistake to rent to students
Was it disrespectful of The Edge to wear a hat at Seamus Heaney's funeral?
Thomas, Peter and Sean on whether insolvency is the answer to mortgage problems; advice from Julie Sadlier and David Hall
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