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Warning hard Brexit could leave Border region further behind

How to deal with the Border issue post-Brexit looks increasingly intractable. Read more

Buying your first home can be a stressful experience, here’s all you need to know

With so many seemingly attractive offers out there to lure first time buyers it can be hard to navigate the mortgage market. Read more

Eurogroup chief warns countries still exposed to ‘future shocks’

Eurozone countries remain vulnerable to another crisis because they don’t have the fiscal space to absorb future shocks, the outgoing head of the Eurogroup has warned. Read more

Apartments now cost more to build than houses: experts

The cost of building a two-bedroom apartment is way in excess of the selling price, meaning few developments are likely to go ahead unless the Government tackles Vat, levies and other costs, a new report claims. Read more

Finance Minister: ‘Stamp duty hike in national interest’

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has issued an unapologetic defence of his decision to increase the rate of stamp duty on commercial property transactions from 2pc to 6pc in the Budget. Read more

What happens if my loan is sold?

If your loan is sold to a vulture fund or another bank all of the original contracts remain the same – though that includes the obligation to make repayments. Read more

What happens if newly-built houses cannot find buyers?

If only there was a simple formula for predicting market crashes, we’d all get rich. (Well, those who knew it would). But there isn’t. Except that, just maybe, there might be when it comes to housing. Read more

Ireland is a high cost location for small firms – SFA

Ireland is a high cost location for small firms, according to Linda Barry, assistant director at the Small Firms Association (SFA). Read more

Fresh hope for families in tracker loans nightmare

Families have been given fresh hope that their tracker nightmare will end this year, after the Government threatened to hit banks with massive tax bills if they do not rectify the mess. Read more

EU-US data transfer pact passes first annual review

A year-old pact underpinning billions of dollars of transatlantic data transfers won a green light from the European Union yesterday after a first review to ensure the US protects Europeans’ data stored on American servers. Read more