The Central Bank's Q1 2016 statistics on residential mortgage arrears and repossessions have been published and show a fall in the number of mortgage accounts for principle dwelling houses by 11%. In addition, the number of accounts in arrears of over 90 days has decreased by 8%. The number of buy-to-let mortgage accounts in arrears over 90 days also fell by 3.5% over Q1 of 2016.
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The Central Bank of Ireland has published statistics on Residential Mortgage Arrears and Repossessions for Q1 2016
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